ibis Budget Hotel Glasgow

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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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    GLASGOW - that time we stayed in prison

    A travel blog entry by tarrynpaul on Feb 18, 2014

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    It was my dad's idea that I start journalling about my travelling with work. I've just got a promotion with work and although I've always clocked up a lot of miles travelling around the south of the UK, my new role will take me further north, travelling to Glasgow, Belfast and Manchester as well as my current 'patch'. I thought it might be …

    ...but they shall never take our freedom!!!

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... and I'm feeling a little museumed out again, even though the museums I've been in recently have been excellent. The views from the castle walls were excellent, and they had the Scottish Crown Jewels on display, which weren't as fabulous as the English ones, but still nice to see. Other than that barely any of the castle had been recreated as a castle and that was a little disappointing, so I'm glad that I got to see Stirling Castle. When I'd finished with the Castle ...

    Checking In

    A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Jun 22, 2012

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    ... an issue or two. And by that I mean I physically found it difficult to breathe - eventually I looked up in the hallway to see the the skylight covered with little friends. There were vents lining that skylight. Maybe it's just a placebo, but I found the air much better (if slightly wetter) ...

    Fraser's (ever amusing) take on Asia

    A travel blog entry by 218days on Apr 16, 2011

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    ... had her pals been here” blah blah blah! I started doing my bit by getting absolutely trashed on the afternoon/evening of the party, so much so that by the time it came to the fire-jumping table dancing part I was starting to sober up, and as the world and his cousins arrived on the beach around midnight I was pleased I had. It wasn’t the kind of place I wanted to be losing Sam, which is what happens when I’m drunk. So we took a high vantage point ...

    Mobility, Rootedness, and Inertia

    A travel blog entry by dgaede on Apr 22, 2010

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    ... your tips on tracking down a way out, and for moving me to the airport to make my bus connection. Thank you, Erin, for being so flexible in Glasgow and taking me in when I finally arrived.

    Marsha – we are all set to explore London and Paris when you arrive next week! (Cross your fingers the Chunnel is reliable!). And Richard – that car rental idea of yours for our time in the UK is brilliant.

    Hello to you all from lucky-and-continuously-mobile ...