Premier Inn Glasgow North East - Stepps

Address: Crowwood Roundabout - Cumbernauld Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G33 6FB, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Gartcraig area of Glasgow, is near Glasgow Cathedral, Provand's Lordship, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and Crownpoint Sports Complex.
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    Travel Perth to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by toncas_travels on Oct 01, 2015

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    Woke up this morning after a bad nights sleep in guest house to find it was very foggy and 6 degrees. Breakfast was good. Informed owners re bed and a chair in the room. Travelled to Glasgow with no issues except for the fog. Found a car park and went for a walk through the city. The buildings were a mixture of old and new but everything seemed to …

    A day Exploring

    A travel blog entry by etta.spence on Jul 06, 2015

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    ... the pavement. Last night when Stuart was dropping us off near the top of the street a car turned into the top of the street and kept coming even though he saw us. Dave asked if he would please back up to let Stuart out. That went down like a lead balloon and he was totally obnoxious. Just two days to go in Glasgow.

    Love Etta xxx

    Homeland Loch Lomond

    A travel blog entry by cathabout on May 28, 2015

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    ... hard to describe the harshness yet beauty of it all. Its nearly summer yet there is fresh snow on the mountain tops and fast flowing creeks, streams and waterfalls. All this down to marshy bogs and moors or wonderfully green valleys. Always changing,
    Stopped at Spean Bridge Commando Memorial. Which looks onto Ben Nevis the mountain. It was this area the green berets trained during world war 2. Hence the memorial ...

    I'll Take the High Road

    A travel blog entry by kharby on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... cattle a Raver steals the cattle. The Massacre of Glenco, against the MacDonlds by the Campbells under the command of the king, ended the tradition of highland hospitality. The ballad of the massacre was played on the bus as we came to the area with dramatic mountain vistas. The Heather is in it's last bit of colour. Mostly a brown purple. It landscape must be magnificent in when in full bloom, Sang the song Loch Lomond on the bus to get us into the mood. ...

    Back to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 14, 2014

    ... little of the Fanta, she was not hungry. Back on the bus, John had placed the email list of the travelers on our seat. Our next stop was a rest stop at Luss. This was for the WC and to take a look/picture of Loch Loman. While here you could buy food. Butch bought a black and white milkshake and enjoyed it. There was also shops. Jean found and bought a nice handblown Christmas tree for her collection and met the artist. We then finished the last leg to Glasgow. We finally hit ...