Ibis Glasgow City Centre

Address: 220 West Regent Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G2 4DQ, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Anderston area of Glasgow, is near Merchant City, The ABC, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), and McLellan Galleries.
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      Where's my kilt???

      A travel blog entry by karenmorlock on Apr 06, 2014

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      This morning we left Leeds to make our way to Scotland. Our first stop today was Lake Windemere in the Lakes District of England. The skies were overcast when we left, but we were hopeful that we'd make it the entire day without rain. Well, we made it for a bit! When we arrived at Haverthwaite train station to take a steam train to our cruise pier …

      More of Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by spiderbobwebb on Oct 27, 2014

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      On Sunday we had brunch with a few of Laura's friends- Babs and her boyfriend Andrew and Sonia. They were all incredibly lovely. As part of our brunch I had the tradtional Scottish sides of square sausage and a potato scone, whereas Jarrad also had Black pudding and Haggis with his. The food was pretty good, the weather was miserable. Babs was telling me I needed to find warmer clothes if I was going to stick around too much longer. After ...

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

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014


      ... but me and a few others went and spent some time on a different beach. For our last stop of the day we visited the Butt of Lewis which is the most north westerly point of Europe and one of the most windy places on earth, but it was very spectacular. I've rushed through the last bit a little as it's getting late and I'm tired, but you get the idea, and you'll have to do without photos for the moment too as my gadget to get them from camera to iPad is with my large ...

      Day 18: the Waimoku falls and Hana

      A travel blog entry by ladylele on Jan 05, 2014

      5 photos

      ... suddenly lots of people jostling on a narrow rocky ledge to jump in, so I give swimming a miss. Mark goes in though, and swims briefly out of sight under an overhang! We decide between the crowds and the mozzies that it's time to head back. It's getting on for 4.30 in the afternoon and we don't wanna be driving the winding Hana highway in the dark! It's a beautiful drive back - Leianna goes slow and steady, and stops regularly at beautiful lookouts. Including ...

      From Motherwell to Lanark and back

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 20, 2012

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... they must have been related as there are very few Merrilees around. In the Voter’s Roll of 1868 I found them again and decided to check Hamiltons, because ggranmother was Helen Hamilton Merrilees. There was a George Hamilton living at Aliciabank, and when a map for 1855 was later checked, Aliciabank was across the road from Erskinebank and very close to Trotterbank. No proof as yet, but I don’t think they went far to find their spouses.

      A number ...