Devonshire Hotel

5 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow, G12 0VX, United Kingdom

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Forum Posts

No internet cafes in Glasgow?

by maz100

Couldn't find one in central Glasgow. Can you reccommend?

Re: No internet cafes in Glasgow?

by hawkhead

There's an Easy Cafe on St Vincent Street, just along from the crossing with Buchanan Street. There are a lot of other internet access places, surprised you couldn't rteack them down. Btw, public libraries will give you free internet access.

Re: No internet cafes in Glasgow?

by leics

There are lots actually:

Google is a wonderful thing.

Btw, you may well find that internet access in public libraries is limited to library cardholders and/or locals. This is the case in some local authorities. You may also have to make a prior booking for a time-slot, depending on how busy the library terminals are at the time (and library policy).

Re: No internet cafes in Glasgow?

by IanMacPhail

The Easy Cafe is joined with Cafe Nero in St Vincent Place.

Re: best internet cafes in Glasgow?

by pa007

Elite cafe,56 berkeley ,the westward continuation of Cathedral and Bath ,in the city centre at Charing cross in the reception of the youth is not the biggest,just 8 terminals but it is the cheapest at £1.00 an hour offpeak and is open twentyfour hours.Coffee is Elite and also Brazilian,The american coffee;- from the coffee bean plantation co. is also great and Gary and wee Colin who run the cafe are teenage whiz kids who can upload photos and do anything you want in the computers. They really know their business.
There are also beanscene cafes throughout the westend that have wifi access.

Re: No internet cafes in Glasgow?

by maz100

This place sounds really exciting. I am in Glasgow again soon and will definitely try it

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Glasgow art gallery and...

by itwch

Glasgow art gallery and museum, travel museum, george souare just people watch.resturant Romano where the famous hang out.

The People's Palace

This is a museum which outlines the history of the City of Glasgow from 1750 to the present. Together with the adjoining Winter Gardens it was opened by the Earl of Rosebery in 1898 and its target audience were the people of Glasgow's East End, which was one of the City's most unhealthy areas at that time. The new Museum was to be a cultural centre for them. It was originally laid out with reading and recreation rooms on the ground floor, a museum on the first floor and a picture gallery on the second floor.

Since the 1940s, however, it has been the Local History Museum of Glasgow.
The Museum runs different Exhibitions and caters for school parties.

On site there is a Museum Shop and in the Winter Gardens there is a Cafe.

Admission is free. Late Night Buses
After a night out at one of the City's theatres or Dance Halls I can remember making my way to George Square to catch one of the late night buses. Late night revellers would appear from all corners of the Square and would start queuing at what appeared to be random places around the Square. Buses would arrive and having got on the right bus you were grateful to the conductor for waking you up just before it was time for your stop!

Then came the night you had just missed your bus and the next one was an hour later. Did you stay for that next bus, or like I did, several times, did you walk the whole way home. It was actually quite a pleasant experience and, in those days, quite safe.
gowing up friendly warm people miss the humour

Weather in Scotland

by keeweechic

Scotland, while very scenic is famous for the weather being unpredictable. It can change very fast in a short space of time, especially in mountain and sea areas. When packing, always best to ensure for all types of weather. During the summer months, the hours of daylight are long and it may not get dark until after 11pm.

Partick Thistle F.C.

by bonio

The mighty Jags are the Glasgow alternative to Rangers and Celtic in the SPL. Very much the poor relations and the main aim each season is not to be relegated I guess. Lucky enough to see a 5-3 drubbing of Dundee on my only visit to Firhill Park in 1991!
Fixtues and ticket info can be found on their website.

Ben an, 461 metres high, path...

by porche911

Ben an, 461 metres high, path all the way. 45 minutes from Glasgow by car, a great 1/2 day out, an easy wee climb with great views if its a clear day, it looks like a real Scottish Ben and makes great photographs....and on the way there you get to make a tour of a genuine working distillery, Dumgoyne, including samples. Take the A81 north out of Glasgow, thro Milngavie and Strathblane, pass the distillery (save this for the way back) and on thro Aberfoyle over the Dukes Pass down on to Loch Achray, pass the A821 junction and almost immediately on the right is the Ben An car park, if you pass a large Castle building on your left, Trossachs Timeshare property, you have gone to far.

If you want a laid-back Bevvy go to...

by Kawsasani about Nice n' Sleazy

If you're like me and you'd rather be able to chill out with your mates on a night out than be in a club where all you can hear is the sound of your own ears ringing then this is the place for you.
Located on Sauchiehall Street (no. 421) this is nothing like the name suggests, it's just a nice place to sit back, relax, listen to some good music and enjoy some nice (cheap) drinks with a good crowd.


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