Rennie Mackintosh Art School Hotel

Address: 218 - 220 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6TX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Merchant City, The ABC, Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), and McLellan Galleries.
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        Our Last Taste of Irish Culture

        A travel blog entry by anlnewby on Jul 22, 2015

        ... 6.30pm we were at the airport. It was reasonably easy to check in and get through security. With our spare time we looked at the shops and bought a drink for the plane. It was our first flight wit RyanAir but we're not surprised when they announced there would be a short delay. We left about 30 minutes late and the flight took about 40 minutes. Next stop, Scotland! We got to our hotel using the airport bus, and it was only a short walk from where ...

        Hello Nessie

        A travel blog entry by cdickson6 on Jun 18, 2015

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        ... of its owner for around fourteen years. Back in the late 1800s the dog known as Bobby belonged to a police officer named John Gray however he passed away from tuberculosis and legend has it that his dog Bobby never left his grave and was fed by a friend of Grays and local children before he also passed away. Bobby is buried in the church grounds and a number of memorials have been placed in the area to celebrate his life. A quick beer at the local pub and it was off to have ...


        A travel blog entry by digbyrose on Feb 19, 2015

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... soon hooning along at high speed. Digby explores the instrumentation. Suddenly, for no reason, we loose power until we are reduced to a crawl. The M8 is not the place to be slow! Frantic fiddling with instruments! Nothing works! Thankfully there is an emergency stop - and we do. More fiddling! Then as weirdly as we lost power we suddenly regain it. We rejoin the speeding traffic - onward and upward towards Skye!

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        A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 30, 2014

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        Visited Glasgow Cathedral today. Pic 1. We noted the nearby Necropolis (often in Taggart) (Pic 2) and the beautiful clock at the east end of the Nave. The building is significant not only because it was built in the 12th C but also because it is the only cathedral in Scotland that wasn't torn down in the reformation. When the crowds with stone masons arrived, they were kept at bay by tearing down most ...

        Back across the Irish Sea

        A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 15, 2014

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        ... be here for the many years to come.

        Across from the church is a house called Provand's Lordship. This is the oldest house in Glasgow, being over 500 years old. It was one of 40 ecclesiastical buildings around the Cathedral. Some of the building dates to the 1600's and more of it's history is still being discovered. This manse was a residence of one of the Canons who presided over the Cathedrals business. In the mid 1400's Bishop Andrew Muirhead founded St. Nicholas' ...