Botanic Hotel

1 Alfred Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 8RF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Underground Caving... WOW

A travel blog entry by jess416


... tired for Saturday's events. Saturday we woke up bright and early and soon enough were on our way to our first event, underground caving. Now, going into this event I was picturing walking through caves and looking at the walls and such. No, not at all. We drove to the caves which were up this massive hill/mountain... (the drive up was exhilarating in itself) then we walked to a cave which at first I just thought were cool rocks. Well little did we know, that was one of the caves ...

Fubar then James Bay

A travel blog entry by jess416


... a small little area that only we were allowed to go into all for 10 pounds. Not too bad of a deal. Fubar was insaneeeeee and a lot of fun! But my 9am class wasn't the greatest on Friday morning but hey, atleast I actually went. Class was good besides the fact that I couldn't hear out of my right ear due to dancing next to the speaker (the size of me) all night. Everything's back to normal now though.

After class I was just relaxing for a while and some of ...

Dutchies coming over!

A travel blog entry by quirine


... some time and you then kind of 'get used' to not seeing them. However when you then get to see them for a while, you have to get used to this all over again!

When I got home from the airport, I had of course dinner and sat down with my housemate to figure out a good schedule for all the assignments I have to do. It has been quite a struggle for me to figure out a way to do this during my stay. Also, because it takes quite some time to get used to living 'on ...

Why India?

A travel blog entry by thorben79


... shock when first visiting India. If I'm honest, I am hoping for a bit of culture shock... Over the past half year, due to much work-related international travel, I have become increasingly disenchanted with the McDonaldisation of the world. Surely a profusion of shopping malls, H&M stores and burger outlets in places like China and Istanbul make our world a poorer place? I don't want everywhere to be the same. And India is meant to be really different. That's why I'm going. Enough ...

West Highland Way

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond


... Before too, too long, I could see Kinlochleven in the valley. It was beautiful and seemed less than an hour away. Ha! Distance is so evasive out here. The last section into Kinlochleven is trecherous! Extremely steep and very rocky. Just about a mile out, I met another group on bikes. I asked them if I could suggest they not do it and they said it was too late. In my humble opinion NOBODY should do this Way on a bike. It is just too rugged. That night I was lucky to get ...

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This hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace, University of Glasgow, The Mackintosh House, and Hunterian Museum.
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