Merchant City Inn

Address: 52 Virginia St, Glasgow, Scotland, G1 1TY, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the City Centre area of Glasgow, is near Gallery of Modern Art, Duke of Wellington Statue, Scotguide Tours, and Hutchesons' Hall.
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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Drumming for Drinks and Drinking for Drums

    A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 14, 2014

    9 photos

    Well, such a busy two days, I've not had time to compose a post to you all.

    Wednesday morning we moved to new digs. The initial arrangements for the band accomodation were a bit stretched. As we have over 80 traveling it was difficult to get everyone in the one area. So we have had three distinct groups. 1. Is staying at Alexander Court, the newer student accommodation on the Stirling Uni campus, a 2nd group is staying outside the uni at different accommodation ...

    Glasgow & Edinburgh, Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 08, 2014


    Scotland is so beautiful!! Even more beautiful than I remember. I came here once before on a concert tour with the Second Congregational Church Youth Choir led by Ann Carter-Cox when I was 14. The ship docked in Greenock, which is a sleepy city. About a third of the ship spent the first day at the Highland Games, which sounded kind of like a renaissance fair or traditional Scottish activities you might have seen in the movie, Brave. I decided ...

    From the Far North to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Jun 13, 2014

    8 comments, 13 photos

    ... during the First and Second World Wars. Heaps of interesting stuff around that area. We then spent an hour in Kirkwall having a lovely lunch and looking at another Cathedral – but worthwhile viewing! Next, we toured Skara Brae and Skaill House. Both relate to a world famous archeological site, offering views of incredibly well preserved Neolithic houses with, would you believe, fine stone furniture. Then on to the Ring of Brodgar a 5000 year old ring of ...

    The unexpected trip home...

    A travel blog entry by jentravels on May 30, 2013

    ... than to return to the UK. The past week of our trip was both physically and emotionally draining. Being in a developing country with a serious illness was tough. The lack of decent medical facilities, food, hot water and English-speaking people made it very difficult to deal with the entire situation. I know that, speaking for myself, I had really reached breaking point with the entire thing and felt that I couldn't continue. I wasn't getting any better and nobody had any ...

    Our Last Day in Scotland

    A travel blog entry by keralajs on Sep 14, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    We had thought about driving today into the Trossachs, "the Highlands in miniature," but since we had already driven through the Highlands themselves, and we were staying in such a beautiful place, we decided to spend our last day right there and view the Trossachs through the window of the comfortable living room of our ...