Merchant City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was a map and unfortunately we misread the direction we were coming from and spent nearly an hour stopping and asking for directions before finally traversing all the one way streets to locate our hotel. After checking in we needed a drink and settled in an outside beer garden in one of the city plazas before walking along the Clyde riverbank back to our hotel. Another warm and sunny 18C ...
After weeks of fervid anticipation and years of construction works, the Commonwealth Games have finally arrived in Glasgow. The combination of sunshine, heat and excitement have created a great atmosphere, and even a non sports person like me has become caught up in it. George Square features spectacular displays of flowers, a giant sales marquee, and a colourful sculpture of the Games logo where visitors and locals alike are keen to get their picture taken: an ...
... food whatsoever.
We got to sample some of the fine food from Davo's new enterprise (Cook Glasgow) and saw the midnight blue sky of Scotland.
Friday was a fairly slow day after a ferocious night before and Heather and I took the little ones into town to see Davo's shop and we had a nice pub lunch in the West End of Glasgow. We took the kids down to Newlands Park near the Hepburn's house and explored the local area. ...
Over the next couple of days we were just in and around Glasgow - found Kelvins art gallery and gardens, which were beautiful. Then on Sunday we went to Jos and Alans for an amazing dinner.
On Monday we went out for a Scottish breakfast and then headed over to Edinburgh...
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... later date. What I have found is the William Robb shop, pre 1900. Again it has been modified, in this case by building a second storey, but I can see no sign that an addition has been made. According to the local history book William had a bakery and confectionary shop in what is now the Brownlie Building. He rented the premises and when Mrs Brownlie bought it he had to move to what became the Robb and Co shop further up on the other side of the street. ...