South Branchal House

Address: near Glasgow, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA11 3SJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on near Glasgow, Bridge of Weir, is near Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.
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Travel Blogs from Bridge of Weir

World Championships Competition

A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 16, 2014

5 photos

... our band, as I have heard them play better.

Again, sadly it was not enough to get us through to the finals.

When we got back to the marquees, the wind had been so bad, that a number of band tents were blown over or down. Ours was partially wrecked, but easily fixed. None the less, the mood was definitely somewhat crushed.

regardless of this, the members of the band carried themselves professionally and did well under the ...

Glasgow, Scotland

A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 15, 2014

32 photos

... that had hundreds of old school sewing machines lined up in the windows as the shop display it was really cool and there were blue police boxes around which were used in Dr Who. We went into Poundland, everything in Poundland is 1 pound. It reminded me of a reduced to clear shop in NZ however it was much larger, they had one thing that Shaun loved and that was a pick and mix lolly concept.. You pay 1 pound for a cup (one ...

Glasgow - Galleries & Museums

A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 13, 2013

8 photos

... I must say I don't quite get what her art (paintings and sculptures) is all about. You must say, however, her art is colourful.

This gallery we didn't find nearly as interesting (nor is it as big) as the one we visited in Rome.

From here we took the metro to the Riverside Museum. The metro trains here are unique - nothing like we have encounter in Milan, Rome, Paris or London. The carriages are almost round (hence ...

Trains... So many trains....

A travel blog entry by asheevk on Oct 31, 2012

... are FAR BETTER in England than Canada. Yes, I am obsessed with food, get over it people. After breaky, I needed to sort myself out which is always a tough thing when I am feeling sad. I wasn't sad about going to Scotland, just saying goodbye always makes me feel melancholy. Aunty Edith made me a bacon butty (a bacon sandwich) and I was off on my way. Uncle Dave dropped me off at the station and waited until I got on the train. The last goodbye ...


A travel blog entry by barclayandnicol on Jul 11, 2011

... Our amazing mates in Queenstown

  • Milford Sound
  • Ed's gift of Irn Bru on our last night
  • Franz Josef glacier
  • Sunset over Lake Wanaka as we continued on our journey away from QT
  • Swimming with wild dolphins
  • Making it to Christchurch in time for our flight
  • Australia

    • Seeing the Sydney Opera ...