Number 10 Hotel

10-16 Queens Drive, Glasgow, Scotland, G42 8BS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Battlefield area of Glasgow, is near Pollok Country Park, Waverley, Hampden Park, and Tramway.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Number 10 Hotel Glasgow

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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    You're eating alone?

    A travel blog entry by jrl3710 on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... br> I got to the airport safely, and began to follow the instructions I had prepared for myself. But nothing looked right. I was supposed to take a bus to the train station, but I couldn't find the bus number, and the stop was called a platform, instead of a stance, among other small details that were different.
    So I decided, VERY last minute, to jump on a train to Glasgow central.
    I was at the platform, and couldn't decide whether to get on or not. And as ...

    ...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... buildings had been converted to be used as military grounds when it was no longer required to be used as a castle. Including one building that had been covered over with a stucco sort of cement (or however you describe it, I'm no builder) which apparently the whole castle would have been covered in which is not normally how you (or at least I) think of them as being, I generally think exposed rock. The castle itself wasn't exactly gigantic, but you got to see almost ...

    The heartbeat of the highlands

    A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Aug 08, 2013

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    ... today and the weather was traditional Scottish summer weather - misty, cold with rain on and off. Loch Ness is in the middle of nowhere, Nessy has really been a brilliant draw card for their tourism - their souvenir shops literally had anything with the monster on it; tea cosies, condoms, hats, socks, you name it and nessy was on it. We had a hot dog for lunch before ...

    I’m feelin’ hot, hot, hot!

    A travel blog entry by timandnomes on Apr 10, 2013

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    As the week went on we built a better relationship with the kids who came out of their shells a bit (Indians are known to be pretty shy in group situations) and we had some amazing evenings. We felt like speaking about dreams and thinking out of the often rigid boxes that their culture can put on them. Well one night Nomes got us all writing down our dreams and petitions that they would press for every day. They were amazingly honest and open and we had a great time ...

    Day 40: Farewell to Islay, hello to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by elaine_bell on Jun 22, 2012

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    ... for a red light we were excited to see that the rotating bridge across the canal was open to allow a couple of yachts to enter the canal.

    On parking so we could watch and get some photos we saw that the yachts were about to enter No 1 of the total of 15 locks on this canal, then we just had to walk a short distance to watch the whole process, which soon saw us chatting with the yacht crews. Jens could not resist ...