Premier Inn Glasgow (Paisley)

Phoenix Retail Park, Paisley, Glasgow, PA1 2BH, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Glasgow - Paisley
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All the big stadiums in one day: best form of transport /ticket

by fergiehasfun

We want to do hamden the home of international football,+Ibrox + Parkhead whats the best way of travelling around?

Re: All the big stadiums in one day: best form of transport /ticket

by hawkhead

car or taxi

Re: All the big stadiums in one day: best form of transport /ticket

by clivedinburgh

Hampden - From Central station take a train to Mount Florida
Ibrox - Take the underground to Ibrox
Celtic Park - Take the 61, 62 and 43 First bus services from the city centre

The SPT website covers all public transport in Glasgow.
http://www.spt.co.uk/
http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/scotland/swscot/home/index.php

Travel Tips for Glasgow

GO AND SEE THE MIGHTY GERS...

by noname3

GO AND SEE THE MIGHTY GERS (RANGERS FOOTBALL CLUB) AT THE MAGNIFICENT IBROX STADIUM, WHERE I WORSHIP THE GREAT GOD ADVOCAAT EVERY OTHER SATURDAY !!! THE FRIENDLY PEOPLE - PEOPLE IN GLASGOW ARE THE MOST ACCOMMODATING THAT I HAVE EVER MET, AND I'M NOT JUST SAYING THAT BECAUSE I LIVE THERE, MANY MANY PEOPLE OVER THE YEARS HAVE SAID THE SAME THING. YOU'RE NEVER ALONE WITH A GLASWEGIAN!!

Check out Rennie MacKintosh...

by sharonn

Check out Rennie MacKintosh Musuem (Scotland's nearest attempt to Picasso!). The Burrell Collection is worth a visit. There is so much you can do here check out VT Pages for better informed information that you surely will get here. LOL

Busiest part of West highland way

by coolcolin

When designed the West Highland way took you from the biggest city to the tallest mountain in the country.,and despite political messing about with boundaries the first or last stretch which takes you to Milngavie from the city still exists but is called the Kelvin walkway Starts in KELVIN GROVE AND TAKES YOU UP TO THE bOTANICAL GARDENS. ALONG THE RIVER kELVIN.

Dunure castle

by margaretvn

On the West Coast of Scotland about five miles south of Ayr and beautifully perched on a craggy cliff top knoll stands the ruins of Dunure Castle. It was originally built for the Kennedy family. The site is actually only the shell of a late 13th century oblong keep on the main knoll with the very fragmented remains of two additional wings. These were very possibly the chapel and kitchen built in the 15th and 16th centuries, on the side facing the land. In 1429 John Mor MacDonald was killed at Dunure castle when talks between the Macdonald's and King James I's man James Campbell ended in violence. Just why a Kennedy castle was used for this meeting is uncertain but it would maybe have been seen as neutral ground. King James executed Campbell in a hope to distance himself from Mor MacDonald?s murder. The Macdonald?s still broke out in rebellion and they defeated the King's army at Inverlochy castle.
Mary Queen of Scot?s stayed at Dunure in 1563 during her Royal tour along the West Coast Later Gilbert Kennedy, who was 4th Earl of Cassillis stole the lands of Glenluce, he used a Monk to forge the land charter signatures. Then a hired assassin murdered the monk; this assassin was arrested by the Kennedy?s and hung by them after being falsely charged of theft. In this way they hid their awful crime. The Earl imprisoned the Commendator of Crossraguel Abbey in 1565 and he roasted him in an attempt to get him to renounce his claim on Abbey lands ? not very friendly people these Kennedy?s. Lord Bargany sent a small force to try and rescue the Commendator (actually the lord wanted the Abbey lands for himself). The plans failed and the small army were trapped in the keep. The Kennedy?s besieged their own castle but Lord Bargany then sent a larger army and rescued his men and forced the Kennedy?s into a settlement about the Abbey Lands.
By the late 1700's, Dunure Castle started to be used as the local quarry leaving it as a sad shell hiding it's former glory as a home of the Kennedy ?s a place of intrigue and deceit.

liked it!

by iaint about Bar Buddha

Nice city centre bar. Relaxed atmosphere - in fact I was very relaxed by the time we got there - must have been after 12. I've listed their opening times below, but I'm sure they put us out at 1am

Mon–Thu 12pm–2am Fri & Sat 12pm–3am Sun 12pm–12am

Food 12pm–10pm Well I was wearing my best Hugo Boss cashmere jacket and was in the company of a very classy looking woman, so getting in was easy.

I did have jeans on, but they were clean.

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