Patio Hotel

Address: 1 South Avenue, Glasgow, Scotland, G81 2RW , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Hayburn area of Glasgow, is near Museum of Transport, Buchanan Street, House for an Art Lover, and Loch Lomond Park Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Glasgow

Referendum day

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 18, 2014

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... probably accurate picture of how things are. I buy some papers at the station: most of them have devoted their front pages to referendum coverage. The grand exception is the local weekly 'Helensburgh Advertiser' which, out today, has relegated the referendum to a short piece inside and chosen to lead with the story about the resignation of the minister at St Andrew's church (yes, sadly, ours) - an event which took place two whole weeks ago.

It is very quiet all day ...

Great 4 days with the Hepburns

A travel blog entry by scotfordfamily on Jul 07, 2014

27 photos

... night we headed into the West End for a cocktail and then into the city for dinner and then to a fairly dodgy Glaswegian nightclub. The girls were on fire and hit the dance floor, but Davo's very early morning start at work was starting to loom large, so we called a night on it before too much damage was done. Sal was first to bed 2nd night in a row which is unheard of (she mustn't have liked the looks of the desert wine) ...

...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 ...

Quilts, quilts and more ....

A travel blog entry by redback-travel on May 15, 2014

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... and motifs. I could live in this house , on a hillside overlooking the Clyde.

We drive along the river to cross the Erskine bridge to meet M and H at the Ingliston Country Club. This is made more difficult as the sat nav took us to a junction, clearly not the location we sought. Sat nav had done as bid, the post code was not ....... Human error this time.

Very nice meal while viewing earnest young riders training in the indoor arena, very novel experience. ...

Forth again

A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 23, 2012

2 comments, 25 photos

... street.

I visited the Wilsontown cemetery, the only local burial ground and found several graves I could now recognise from the family trees, but none from earlier times. It is closed, as being full, but there are large areas without stones in the older part of the cemetery, so perhaps they were there. However, it seems that both Forth and Wilsontown were Free Church until 1876, so they may not have agreed with that doctrine. From there I ...