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TravelPod Member ReviewsClifton Hotel Glasgow
We enjoyed our stay here. Close to restaurants, pubs and a few shops. Staff were very friendly. Breakfast was delicious. We would stay here again!
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Had to get to the airport super, super
early! Woke up around 4.30 am and got ready. Chucked my broken
suitcase in the garbage and hoofed it to the metro. Got to the metro
so early that it hadn't even opened yet! Turned out we were at the
wrong place, so we quickly dashed to the right metro …
... shootout was won 3-1 with goalkeeper Rachael Lynch, deflecting three of England’s four penalties and captain Madonna Blyth scored the winning penalty to give the Australians their back-to-back Commonwealth Games gold. What a match. Hockey - Day 10 Highlights Part 8 | Glasgow 2014 on YouTube YouTube Highlights direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UesJdVd ...
... It turned out that our "next door neighbours" on Deck 8 were part of the group as well. We hadn't met them before on this trip even though they also boarded in Miami, so it was a bit of serendipity to meet in this way.
As we arrived in Glasgow, we were greeted by a piper and a kilted figure. Glasgow is an industrial city that has many ship building yards. It was heavily bombed during the Second World War. Friends from Glasgow often referred to ...
... br> We were staying in the dorms at Strathclyde University, which is at the east end of Glasgow. The next day we visited the west end, specifically Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum (free admission) and the University of Glasgow (also free). Leaving, feeling infinitely jealous of the students, we went looking for some food. We came across a series of interconnected and seemingly random cobblestone lane ways, lined with shops and restaurants. We decided on a place called ...
... after lunch, we drove a few minutes into the town centre and found a car park. We put Emma in the stroller and went for a walk up one of the streets. We walked past shops and came to a shopping centre so went in for a look but didn’t stay long. We left through the other end and headed up a different street towards the river.
Once we reached the river we spent a few minutes having a look and ...