Hotel ibis budget Glasgow

Address: 2A Springfield Quay, Glasgow, Scotland, G5 8NP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Kingston area of Glasgow, is near Museum of Education, The Arches, Grand Ole Opry, and Highlandman's Umbrella.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

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          Packing in a Panic

          A travel blog entry by maryvcontrary on May 28, 2015

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          ... jeans
          1 pair dungarees
          1 pair shorts
          7 short sleeved tops
          2 long sleeved tops
          1 super thin jumper
          1 pair jogging trousers
          1 sports top
          10 pairs of pants
          10 pairs of socks
          1 swimsuit
          1 pair leggings & 1 baggy top for sleeping in

          Kindle charger
          Mobile phone
          Mobile phone charger
          Wall plug
          Plug adapter
          Card ...


          A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 01, 2012

          ... went exploring through downtown Glasgow. My hostel is very centrally situated so I could walk virtually everywhere I wanted. I walked along the river, sipping my americano thinking how lucky I am. I know for all of you reading this, it may seem unfair for me to say this, but I am so very thankful to be able to have this experience. Something as simple as a morning coffee, crisp air, sunshine and beautiful surroundings really made me feel so thankful. After ...

          Stirling and (oops!) Glasgow

          A travel blog entry by bellyadventures on Jun 19, 2012

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          ... in that the castle would cost money and would take time. But we also knew it was one of the most beautiful castles we would see that day. This was surely confirmed when we drove up underneath it on the west side. The view of the castle atop the rocky bluffs from down in the open green meadow where we were standing was breath-taking. One of the views we'll remember for the rest of our lives. Although we didn't take the direct path to the castle, ...

          Better late than never... The journey begins.

          A travel blog entry by johnmcfeely on Oct 31, 2011


          ... up wandering around without a cent in my pockets, which was immensely reassuring. I also treated myself to the best plate of scrambled egg and toast I have ever had from one of the airport restaurants. I had no idea at the time whether ot not 11.50AUD was a good price for such a thing, but at that point I didn't care that much. Turns out that wasn't the best deal in the world, so I may not bother with them next time...!

          Finally came the time to get ...

          The Lake District and more poetry.

          A travel blog entry by hbert on Sep 01, 2010

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          Day 15 We turned to the north from Chester and took the M6 to travel swiftly thro the industrial north to Grassmere. At this point both Carole and myself succumbed to the cold bug that was working it's way inexorably thro the coach. I spent most of the motorway time fitfully dozing.
          Grassmere is a lovely lake district village which is famous for it's association with the poet ...