ibis Budget Hotel 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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    A travel blog entry by nathan.guyer on May 19, 2015

    ... study abroad experience as a whole.

    All my exams were in an equally unique setting, at least in comparison to my school in the U.S. As with my previously mentioned exam, they all were set in a large historic hall of some significance at the University. When the rooms aren't staging grounds for anxious exam takers, they are usually settings for formal weddings, balls, high class speeches and the like. For efficiency, multiple exams are administered at ...

    The End

    A travel blog entry by scotsmaninasia on Aug 27, 2012

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    ... bungalow and we have spent all our money."

    Tessa was right. She had lost her credit card the day before and I had withdrawn a slush fund that afternoon courtesy of the Halifax. Last night had been a fairly big one, however, and the wine and pizza that lay in our stomachs had come at a cost. I borrowed a bike and pedalled hopelessly through the intense heat and deep sand of Gili Trawangan, eventually arriving at a
    cashpoint. ...

    Breasclete Day 15-Hedgehog day & Stornoway revisit

    A travel blog entry by weecousins on Sep 11, 2011

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    ... another faux pas here, like the juice harp! So i will put it down to a mystery. And I won’t say anything about the location of certain nets!

    As if that wasn’t enough excitement for one day, after we ate, I was up in my room when I heard Donna outside yelling,” Quick Cindy, bring your camera!” As i executed the 90 degree corner down the steep, narrow stairs, I had visions of getting a photo of the two trespassers in shackles with their heads hung low, ...

    Scottish Summer

    A travel blog entry by rojugu on Aug 15, 2010

    ... was full of munters, but a day of sunshine is unlike anything else I have seen. The park was jam packed full of young people, there was music, girls were in their bikinis, guys with their shirts off. Everyone seemed to be out enjoying the sunshine in the park. I don’t think this would ever happen in Australia in the same way because we happen to have more than 10 ...

    Chips & Cheese

    A travel blog entry by bxbomberbabe on Feb 02, 2009

    ... giant feet!! Back to Hillhead to get ready for the evening. Ashlee had found information on a ceilidh at the National Piping Centre so Lindsay, Molly, Katie, and I were going to go with her to check it out. We met at the subway and found our way there pretty easily, but once we got up there it soon became clear that we wouldn't stay. Although they said that they would show us the dances, everyone else seemed to already know them and were already coupled up. We were also ...