University of Glasgow Wolfson Hall

West of Scotland Science Park, 2317 Maryhill Road, Glasgow, G20 0TH, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Cafe Insomnia Woodlands Road

by lauradunlop

Can someone please tell me if it has WIFI? it would be great to go and do all nighters there for writing essays etc!

Re: Cafe Insomnia Woodlands Road

by hawkhead

A post in VT on 29th January, 2006 says it closed and is now called the Bento Bar and is not 24 hours. You could try phoning 0141 564 1700 - you don't say where you are, so apologies if you are not UK based..... another reason for VTers to put their home base in their profile.

Re: Cafe Insomnia Woodlands Road

by IanMacPhail

All night essays? What about the circadian rhythm? Just thinking about this makes be feel weary.
Good luck with your studies. :-)

Re: Cafe Insomnia Woodlands Road

by IanMacPhail

See! I`m falling apart. It`s ME not BE.

Re: Cafe Insomnia Woodlands Road

by LizzyBetty

I loved Insomnia/Bento bar, which then became Oscars and is now an Indian restaurant :-(

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Just walk around the city. ...

by a.g.roberts

Just walk around the city. It's a little spread out so it'll take a while but it's a great way to take in a lot of neat old buildings. A walk through Kelvingrove park on the way to the museum is really nice too. The difference between Glasgow and Edinburgh is that though they both have a beautiful historic side, Glasgow has a gritty side that is lacking in Edinburgh. A walk through the working class area with it's numerous pubs and restaurants can be just as much fun as seeing the more picturesque side of the city. Walking through one of the rougher areas of the city we saw a sign on the door of one of the pubs reading 'No Colous'. We were all a little confused until it dawned on Scott that it refered to team colours. Glasgow is home to two of the top Rugby clubs and it seems things can get a bit heated between the fans. Not knowing whether we were wearing team colours or not, we decided to keep walking. :)

Don't leave Scotland without it.

by deeper_blue

You must try Scottish Whisky, and there's no shortage of it in Glasgow.
Whilst on the subject of food and drink try Haggis, don't be put off by the ingredients (unless you're a veggie) if it's served well you'll wish you had tried it sooner.
Beware of too much fast food, the Scots have a pretty fatty diet, so if you're going to indulge yourself, make sure you're just staying for the weekend.

Ibrox Stadium

by vichatherly

Home of Glasgow Rangers.

51,100 all seater stadium.

Built in 1899.

A decent stadium but a lot of people had a great deal of delays trying to get into the stadium.

I was lucky because I swapped my ticket with a friend so that she could go in with her husband. They went in one queue and I was around the corner in another. I got in relatively quickly but they missed at least thirty minutes of the first half. I'm not sure what the delay was for as there was no trouble outside the stadium. I can only put it down to incompetent policing and stewarding. It's not rocket science to organise a crowd but time and time again in Europe I see it go wrong.

When travelling to Glasgow,...

by Leapfrogess

When travelling to Glasgow, take a trip to Culzean Castle. It's just south-west of Glasgow but the seeing the scenery you will not be disappointed. This picture was taken just outside of Maidens and towards Culzean on a walking trail. It is absolutely stunning.

Darker side of clubbing in Glasgow

by Jinglis about Cathouse

This is my preferred club in Glasgow for many reasons. The music caters for all fans of rock/punk/hip-hop/metal, but you don't have to be a fan to enjoy the music either. A rock tune might follow a hip-hop tune and then back again, for example, so it is quite varied. To get in you can expect to pay between nothing (if you get a pass at one of the rock pubs in the town, e.g. Rufus T Firefly's and Solid Rock Cafe and get in before midnight), to £5 (especially on a weekend, and after a certain time. Drinks prices are quite varied, but thankfully my drink of choice, JD and coke, is always reasonable at £1.80. Since Glasgow's licencing laws were restricted last year, banning drinks promotions, expect to pay a little more than you might have before, at around £1.50-£2.40 per drink. Another great thing is that there is no dress code and no snobbish bouncers on the door turning you away for unfair reasons. Remember some form of ID, e.g. passport, student card, driving licence.

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