Kings Park Hotel

Address: Mill Street , Glasgow, Scotland, G73 2LX, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Mill Street , Glasgow, is near Fort George, Hampden Park, Holmwood House, and Linn Park.
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      Afternoon Tea At Last

      A travel blog entry by redback-travel on May 16, 2014

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      ... Finger sandwiches, posh tea and divine cakes in the authentic setting. Just a perfect climax to our visit. Finally we join the rush hour traffic and are deposited at the airport by our kind friends and say adieu( we are meeting again next week,) Flight is only slightly late departing. We are last off the plane at Gatwick as my bag is stowed at the back and then make our way along deserted corridors, stopping ...

      'Glen Coe, Ye have to see the hulls, the hulls'

      A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Aug 26, 2012

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      ... we are going. A man who was eating at the restaurant started asking us about what we were fdoing and then he started telling us about all the places we should go in Scotland.... Glen Coe was his big tip.... we think.... as he was very hard to understand and then when his wife joined in the conversation as well and they were talking in thick Scottish accents at the same time we had no hope! But we gather that Glen Coe is good for the vastness and the ...

      Breasclete Day 13-Tea at Ian’s and Gannets

      A travel blog entry by weecousins on Aug 21, 2011

      10 photos

      ... he replied!

      Ian, being a former teacher, and very active in the community, told some interesting stories about the Black House Village at Gerneran (that could be misspelled). They heat the homes there using geothermal technology. Talk about present meets past. He also helps organize the Carloway Cattle Show, a pending highlight for Donna. We also learned of some of the inside issues involved in the set up of the historical attractions, that observed from a ...

      Day 33 - A long walk into the Southern Uplands

      A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 22, 2010

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... kms in three days. In total we've now broken the 700 km mark and in no time at all we were congratulating ourselves and celebrating in the most appropriate ways we knew how. We found we were staying in a quaint old pub for the night which, in its old style bedroom included an ensuite with a bath!!!! Debby immediately slipped into the bath while Keith, feeling suddenly bouyant and flushed with the success of arrival headed off to an interesting little deli coffee ...

      Deep Fried Mars Bars and Haggis

      A travel blog entry by bxbomberbabe on Jan 17, 2009

      ... the full hour, not being able to raise my hand and contribute/ask questions. This system will certainly be an adjustment. Tuesday was a quite night, went to the library to get my books (my printing still didn't work but I didn't break anything this time) and I began reading for my courses and organizing my room a bit. By the end of the night, I still felt gross from the fried food but a shower helped a little bit. January 14- My first day of American Literature! Lecture ...