Manor Park Hotel

28 Balshagray Drive, Broomhill, Glasgow, G11 7DD, United Kingdom
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TAXI from Preswick to Glasgow

by ginaortega

Hello all,
My flights arrives a saturday late at night in august (about 23.30) and I have to get Glasgow that night. Could anyone tell me how much can be a taxi or if there is another way to get the city at night? Thank you!

Re: TAXI from Preswick to Glasgow

by df53

Taxi will be horendous. There is a night bus that leaves at midnight:


Re: TAXI from Preswick to Glasgow

by Paisleypaul

Not sure if that is Reus or Barcelona, I have only came from El Prat to Glasgow International not Prestwick. Current Ryanair from Roma Ciampino gets us in consistently too late for that last bus !

A taxi could be 100 Euros ( very rough guess ) possibly get quotes if you really need to do this - or stay more locally and get the train for 6 Euro in the morning ?

Prestwick Taxi:
Largs Central Taxis

The Gatehouse Fairlie Quay Marine Main Rd
Largs, Fairlie, KA29 0AS 01475 560123

Streamline Taxis
Prestwick, Monkton, KA9 2QL 01292 477525

16A Main St
Prestwick, KA9 1NX 01292 280000 ; 01292 477999 ; 01292 267777

Ayr Black Taxis 01292 284545
Whitley House/31-38, Glasgow Prestwick Intnl Airpor, KA9 2PQ 01292 471600

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Glasgow Cathedral


Glasgow Cathedral It's said there a saint buried there and that's the reason why this cathedral exists. (Who is that guy??)

Although Glasgow Cathedral is the only medieval cathedral in Scotland and it's really magnificent, I still can't enjoy it very much because of its *black face*. A local told me that it was the fault of soot and grime which made this cathedral looks like that. (The coal was the only main power source in Glasgow for a long time.) Even if there were several cleaning and polishing projects trying to get ride of its *black face*, it still can't thoroughly come back. Maybe we should think it as the layers of history...

Required packing

by mykitten

backpack and a bag with wheels as you'll be pulling it around a bit probably Trainers (sneakers!),denims, kagool or some kind of pull on easy waterproof jacket. A brolly (umbrella) is a good bet as even when it looks sunny it always rains! None needed its a city you can buy it here! good selection of camera shops so none needed Only if you are going to Loch Lomond or further north in which case take Midgie Repellant! (Avon Skin So Soft is good)

The West Highland Way

by husain

The long-distance footpath known as the West Highland Way begins in Milngavie, one of Glasgows suburbs, and runs for 152km, past the foot of Ben Nevis and Loch Lomond, right up to to Fort William.

Every year thousands of tourists take this trek - estimates put the number at over 15,000 walkers who manage to walk the entire way every year - following ancient and historic routes, and walking past Britains highest mountain and Scotands largest lake...

This stone pillar in Milngavieis a popular landmark for tourists to pose with:)

Something's missing - here you may find it

by cadja about Missing

A secondhand CD/DVD/video shop. Well sorted with new items several times a week. They also have a section for new CD's at very reasonale pricing. Well, those you can't find anywhere else or stuff you didn't know you missed, but sure could be worth a few punds. From about 1.50 and up to about 10.

Downtown where all the lights are bright and gay

by lillibets about Sauchiehall Street

The street is more busy at 3 4 in the morning than in the afternoon. A welcome edition is the A.B.C. HOUSING 2 SUPERB MUSICVENUES AND THEN TRANSFORMING THEMSELVES INTO NIGHTCLUBS AFTERWARDS.besides it is Campus and Bar Budda and 3 Casinos open till 6 in the morning. If you see a group playing dont hesitate to go .Its as much fun in the clubs as outside. Weegies do put on the sparkle for a night on the town


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 Manor Park Hotel

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Address: 28 Balshagray Drive, Broomhill, Glasgow, G11 7DD, United Kingdom