Botanic Hotel

1 Alfred Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland, G12 8RF, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $169.00
 

Travel Blogs from Glasgow

Scenic Day 14

A travel blog entry by jas20j

8

... a fine example of pre-Reformation Gothic architecture built in the 12th century. Once inside the church you can walk below ground level to complete chapel areas underneath and the site of St Mungo’s cell. Behind the cathedral sit the elaborate Victorian tombs of the extraordinary necropolis providing a spooky silhouette against the sky.

Another interesting visit was to the ...

Glasgow

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre

3

Thursday (23rd) we were up and ready to go this morning, cooked a massive breakfast to keep us going most of the day and so we didn't have to bring back lots of food with us. We had to walk 50m down the road to wait for the bus and be there 15mins early incase it came early as it doesn't stop unless there is someone there. While we were waiting we noticed there was more snow sprinkled around the mountains in the distance and the bus trip gave us a lovely glimpse of ...

Day 20: killing time in Santa Monica.

A travel blog entry by ladylele

7

... along the beachfront to SM pier, and walk the length of it, enjoying the kitsch. This used to be the last stop on Route 66, and it's cool to see this fossilised remnant of the 60s American seaside preserved. We see pelicans and seals and old dudes fishing from the end of the pier. We walk past the original Muscle beach, and then back into central SM to eat breakfast at Le Crepe. Eggs Benedict ...

Glasgow, Loch Lomond, Scottish Highlands

A travel blog entry by philscott

9

... massacre of the McDonald's by the Campbell's. spectacular scenery Fort William for lunch near Glencoe. Commando memorial and viewing of Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the Britain. Commando memorial includes those killed in action in recent times innAfghanistan and Iraq - very moving. Highland hotel : Macdonalds resort Aviemore - four Seasons ...

A crazy day in Glasgow

A travel blog entry by flyingkiwi

5

... to a church and went and had a look. Europe/UK would be a fantastic place to come if you were religious. So many churches everywhere and so pretty. Then I walked along the river and came to a bridge and walked half way to take photos. Then I could see a spire so went I find it and stumbled on this little gallery with stamp pictures. It said to make one and leave it as part of the the artists work so I started to do one then the artist came in which was a bit ...

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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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