Premier Inn Glasgow - Cumbernauld

Address: 4 South Muirhead Road, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, G67 1AX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 South Muirhead Road, Cumbernauld, is near Museum of Transport, Buchanan Street, House for an Art Lover, and Loch Lomond Park Centre.
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      Our last weekend

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 28, 2013

      133 photos

      ... the Antonine Wall. This was the Romans' second attempt at containing the wild northern barbarians, when they found that Hadrian's Wall wasn't doing the trick. By then I think they'd rather lost enthusiasm for the whole idea, because it was never as large as Hadrian's, and there was only ever a pretence at maintaining or garrisoning it for about twenty years before they simply gave up and went home. There were seventeen carved stones, rather like the dedication stones we put ...

      Day 5 - Glencoe Pass to Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by m_rosas91 on May 26, 2013

      36 photos

      ... good right now.

      Around noon, we reached Glencoe, where we stopped for a 30-minute walk through the woods, a peak inside the visitor center, and lunch at the cafe. It was a very beautiful setting, down in the valley. Several parts of the movie Skyfall were actually filmed nearby, and it was also the site of a 1692 massacre of 38 members of the MacDonald clan. After our break, we started our ...

      Forth again

      A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 23, 2012

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... workforce. His brother in law William Robb was employed in the mine as a 15 year old as a drawer. i have yet to find out what that was.

      Jim Griffin has spent all his life here and had very interesting stories to tell, from what he remembered and what he had been told. He talked about swimming in the little burn that runs across the mining area and down beside the Wilsontown village. The water ran black from being used to wash the coal and when ...


      A travel blog entry by centaur169 on Aug 24, 2011

      62 photos

      ... Empire and Glasgow became prominent in international commerce as a hub of trade to the Americas, especially in the movement of tobacco, cotton and sugar into the deep water port that had been created by the city's Tobacco Lords at ...

      Back home

      A travel blog entry by usa2010 on Aug 15, 2010

      ... was called. I boarded the plane and got into my hand-picked seat of 3F. A window seat, not above the wing, and not too far back that it would take me forever to get out. Yet again we took off on time, and landed a little early into Glasgow Airport. I made my way to the baggage collection hall and after a lengthy wait, collected my over-weight suitcase and out into the terminal where my mum and dad where waiting on me... with a bottle of, ...