Smiths Hotel

Address: 963 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 7TQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the West End area of Glasgow, is near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Museum of Transport, Kelvingrove Park, and Hunterian Museum.
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West Coast and Glasgow

A travel blog entry by roamingrose on Aug 12, 2014

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A kind invitation from our friends, Cherry and Gordon Briggs, to stay at their home was too good to ignore. We were looking forward to hearing about their travels, golf, retirement and their involvement as officials in badminton at The Games …. many stories were shared! They both looked amazing, were full of beans and their golfing now takes them 'all over' … the world, that is!

A rainy day in Glasgow

A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 02, 2014

... could check in early. It was only 1:00 PM, but they had a room for us. Yeah! We were so tired. Jean took a shower and then hit the sack until 5:00 p.m. when the alarm went off. I was going to do the same, but as I was unpacking I realized I didn't have my cell phone. I had left it in the taxi. So I had to dig out the information for the taxi service we used and give them a call. But first I had to go to the front desk to leave a ...

A classy lady, a burger and a guy who can sing!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 08, 2014


... a huge coffee person. Probably because the stuff we get at home was homebrand instant or something.

But it didn’t take long for us to swap numbers and arrange to meet up.

So guess where Iiii’m going tomorrooowwww?

To coffee, with a lovely human called Mr Barney Amazing-Voice. Seriously, not his last name…


Then as I was walking up the street again, I saw Jerome (circus boy) packing up his stuff, ...


A travel blog entry by calicait on Mar 30, 2014

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... not believe how massive some of these stones were. It made me dizzy just looking up at them. The mausoleums were so massive, and the grave site was covered with statues and monuments. The Necropolis, overall, was both haunting and beautiful.

After leaving the grave site, we got dressed and ready to go out on the town. We took the tube to go meet one of Matt's friends and her mom and a pub. It was such a cool place, really swanky. It was this huge ...


A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 08, 2013

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We made quite a discovery today. The little cafe we like is not called The Bayleaf - it is The Bay Tree! I guess trees have leaves so its not such an awful error but . . . . Today we set out a bit after nine for breakfast and to our horror The Bay Tree wasn't open so caught a taxi into town. As we sailed past we noticed that it was now open. Oh well! Would you believe we couldn't find anywhere open in the city for breakfast so caught another taxi back ...