Glasgow Central Apartments

15/3 Oswald Street, (corporate office), Glasgow, G1 4PD, United Kingdom
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directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by mjfeaster

Hi everyone, We are getting ready for our 2nd trip to Scotland...my favorite place to travel to (never been to Glasgow, though)! We will be flying into Prestwick and staying at the Jury's Inn. We will be getting in at 21:00 and we would like to know what is the best way to get to the hotel. Should we be concerned about traveling at dark? Also, we will be there for three days...any recommendations on what to see? We are forty and like the outdoors, not really into the nightlife scene. Lastly, any good/inexpensive recommendations for places to eat? The hotel charges $20.00 per person for breakfast and that is not going to happen. Any grocery stores around there?
Thanks in advance.

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by paulinuk2u

is there a supermarket like tesco or asda near by you can good breakfast there ,for under £3

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by lichtie

Simple way is to take the pedestrian walkway over to Prestwick International railway station. Go to the 2nd set of stairs heading down to the platform (northbound)

Take any train that stops. They practically all go to Glasgow Central station.

Jurys is less than 5 minutes walk from Central station. There are plenty McDonalds or other similar fast food places close by for breakfast if you can stomach that sort of thing. Personally, I would buy fruit smoothies, yoghurt & grain bars from a small grocer's shop - there will be one nearby.

Sightseeing? I would get out of Glasgow. Go to Stirling for a day (Castle/Wallace Monument/Bannockburn)

If you do want to stay in Glasgow, try the Burrell, the People's Palace or the Scottish Football Museum (Proper football - ie soccer) at Hampden

And finally..... If you keep yourself to yourself, tourist Glasgow at night is perfectly safe to walk around. Just walk past anything that worries you (much the same advice as I would give anywhere)

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by emmet7

I just stayed at same Jury's last week and the USD20 breakfast was certainly over-priced, there are many restaurants around town and there are several supermarkets near the hotel. Enjoy!

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by Adelle123

There is a weatherspoons less than a block north of the hotel. We had breakfast there for just a few pounds.

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by mjfeaster

Thanks for all of your help. Great advice with the fruit smoothies and I'm glad there is a Tescos nearby. Any other places for good cheap eats???? We like to eat healthy and avoid fast food places.

Re: directions, what to see, safety, and most important ..food tips

by TravellingSpirit

Have you been on your trip already? I wished I'd seen this earlier as I live in Prestwick and work in Glasgow, but you've got some good advice from others here already.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

A step in the land of William Wallace

by lolitajane

This is so difficult! There are so many places to visit in Glasgow I can't pick up just one...however, I think visiting St. George Sq. is something you should do, to get to know the most important buildings, then a walk down St. Vincent Street & a stop in one of the pubs... We had a great time in the city, Mrs. Morrison, the landlady of the B&B made us feel at ease & like if we were at home, and we appreciate that very much, for when you're far away from home that's exactly what you need!

Scottish Accent

by peaceness98

the people of Glasgow are friendly and used to seeing foreigners

It might take you a while to get used to the thick scottish accent, most younger people speak much more clearly.

Don't worry though, i heard even other scot's have a hard time understanding glasgow-talk.

Hampden Park

by William1982

A must see for any football fan is Hampden Park stadium; home of Queens Park, the national team and Scottish football museum. It's great for taking a look back at Scottish greats, great teams, Anglo-Scottish rivalries and Scottish football history (check out ye olde commentary box and various player medals). And don't miss Archie Gemmill's famous goal....complete with sprawling Dutch defenders!!!

*Hire a car and get yourself...

by KazB

*Hire a car and get yourself to Loch Lomond.
*Stirling Castle
*Get the ferry to Millport and cycle round the island.
*Go to Edinburgh for the day.
*Hire a bike, there is an official cycle path.

Scotlands Largest Indoor Venue

by weewatty about Scottish Exhibition & Conferance Centre (S.E.C.C)

The SECC is the largest indoor venue in Scotland and plays host to numerous large scale concerts throughout the year.

If visiting Glasgow it is certainly worth checking out their website to see if your trip coincides with any good concerts.

The largest capacity is 10,000 and thats how many were there for my lat visit which was for the Tsunami Relief Concert (Franz Ferdinand, Travis. Texas, Idlewild etc). The site also houses the Armadillo, an inticing looking concert hall which can be seen on the bottom left(ish) of the picture.

The centre also hosts things like the Scottish Home Exhibition and Car Shows and other mundane things like these. Gets warm inside, specially with 10,000 prespiring concert go-ers. T-Shirt will suffice.

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