Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

251 Paisley Road, Glasgow, G5 8RA, United Kingdom
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Glasgow open doors - do you know about this?

by TravellingSpirit

I know this is really a tip rather than question but wasn't sure where to post it - There's a great event on in Glasgow in the week between 15 and 21 September, where there are loads of free events on and access to many of Glasgows most interesting buildings. More information at www.glasgowdoorsopenday.com/default.aspx.
If I were to pose a question it would be - where should I have posted this?!

Re: Glasgow open doors - do you know about this?

by hawkhead

When we lived in the area we used to go year after year - it is excellent. However, some venues are only open for one day and some have restricted hours. Well worth picking up info if you are in the city for the dates. Btw, I didn't think it was a week, just a weekend. Certainly wasn't last year but perhaps things have changed.

Re: Glasgow open doors - do you know about this?

by IanMacPhail

Thanks for the information, I`ll be looking to take advantage of this. :-)

Re: Glasgow open doors - do you know about this?

by jamesfmunro

I see the Hunterian Museum is on the list. I wonder why, as it's open to the public anyway...

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Charles Rennie MacIntosh

by tvor

One of Glasgow's best known personalities was Charles Rennie MacIntosh, an architect from the turn of the 20th century who was one of the spear headers of the Art Deco era. There Isn't a lot of his original architecture left though his angular designs are reflected in modern lookalike's, both buildings, furniture and decor. The Glasgow School of Art is one of his buildings that still stands. You can go there and pay a small fee for a tour inside the building or just have a glance inside the lobby and browse in the gift shop where they do have some very good prints of both MacIntosh designs and of the Pre Raphaelites.

There's also the Willow Tea Room on Sauchiehall Street (pronounced Socky-hall) above a jewellers. This was one of many tea rooms designed by MacIntosh and is still very similar to how he originally designed it right down to the china and cutlery. Afternoon tea here might be considered a tourist trap but it's nonetheless enjoyable for the atmosphere. The food is pretty good if not overly abundant. The Lighthouse is a museum dedicated to MacIntosh and also worth a look. It's also in the city center, just check the tourist maps. If Edinburgh souvenir shops are full of thistles and Luckenbooth symbols, Glasgow is full of MacIntosh deco style roses.
The CRM society webpage has a list of sites where you can still see examples of his work

Charles Rennie MacIntosh Society
Glasgow School of Art
Willow Tea Rooms
The Lighthouse

Caution

by CelticFire

Glaswegians enjoy a reputation for friendliness, however there is a distinct element which may disconcert the casual tourist.

Beware of groups of pasty faced youths in Burberry, Lacoste or Henry Lloyd attire.

The famous Glasgow Ned is immediately identifiable. On occasion hysterically funny, but caught on the wrong end of a drinking session can cause fear and alarm to the unsuspecting traveller.

Check out http://www.glasgowsurvival.co.uk before finalising your plans

The Old Firm

by Eric1977

There are little to no words to describe what it is like to attend one of these games.

The tension is beyond anything you may have ever experienced. Some ejits compare it to a Manchester derby and let me tell you there are no comparison. To put it in perspective 60,000 fans, 50,000 Celtic fans and the rest Rangers. It borders on insanity I got spat at by a 13 year old boy who was with his dad who was also spitting at me referring to me as a fenian C**t, which was nice. Don’t expect to encounter any great conversation from either side, this is a day when doctors become hooligans, it simply can't be helped.

Word of warning the cost of these tickets on the black market is phenomenal. For the game in which Celtic won 6-2, I believe it was our saviours fist game in charge I paid £190. Also if you are in the possession of a thick Republic of Ireland accent going out in town may not be that advisable, stick to the east end the pubs are s**tholes but at least you are with 'like minded' people.

Even if you tend to lean on the darker side of life getting tickets for the devils end is close to impossible as well although I here at the minute tickets to castle grey skull are plentiful.

You may also note there are other teams to go and watch in and around the area. Greenock Morton, Clyde, Airdrie, Alloa, etc.Partick Thistle is popular with student types.

Football is everything in this fantastic city and outwith Old Frm games the vast majority of people get along fine, you just can't account for morons.

Glasgow is a city of wonderful...

by azrael99

Glasgow is a city of wonderful architecture - but many people miss most of it by not knowing where to look for it. Well here is a little tip......

When you are walking about the city centre, stop and look up at the top of the buildings then you will see why so many people love the architecture of Glasgow.

Across the ocean, to go to my neighborhood bar

by misquote about Nice n' Sleazy

Not a pub, but a great bar with a good jukebox for people who love punk and new wave. It's exactly like the Galaxy Hut in Arlington, Virginia, USA, but bigger and with a juke box. I could go there every night. Casual. Really, really casual. No team colors.

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Address: 251 Paisley Road, Glasgow, G5 8RA, United Kingdom