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Plenty, to see and do, from a seat in The Botanics to a walk along the river you'll find great places to eat and drink from familiar names and chains to a multitude of individual coffee shops, restaurants and bars as well as retail shopping....More
I visited the Wee Lochan with a few friends. We were not disappointed. Staff very nice and food outstanding. Staff couldn't do enough to make sure you enjoyed your dining experience and the food was first class. The Wee Lochan does various menus i.e. Lunch,...More
if visiting glasgow try byers road restaurants all types from start to finish most bars have entertainment at night only short time from centre of glasgow.underground railway both ends close to glasgow university.
I was expecting something akin to Edinburgh (which will rile any Glaswegian reading this) - yes, there were rows of lovely old apartment blocks, but unfortunately spoilt by loads of adjacent brutalist architecture that made even the barbican in London look pleasant.
If your want...More
Upon reading reviews and corresponding with other TA reviewers, I decided to book lodging in the West End of Glasgow as that area seemed more appealing to our pesonal tastes of a bohemian, off the beaten track nature than crowded museums and touristry shopping streets....More
You must go to the West end if you want to see the Kelvingrove Museum and Park as well as the University of Glasgow with its Hunterian Museums and MacKintosh House. There are also so great restaurants on this end of town like Oran Mor...More
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Hi, parking is not easy around the Botanic Gardens. You can park in Byres Road, if you are lucky enough to find a space. Some of the streets off Byres Road have parking meters which sometimes are quiet and very busy at... More
Hi, parking is not easy around the Botanic Gardens. You can park in Byres Road, if you are lucky enough to find a space. Some of the streets off Byres Road have parking meters which sometimes are quiet and very busy at other times.
Waitrose at the top of Byres Road, near Botanic Gardens has a parking area above the shop. Normally you can get parked there but only for a limited time. Not sure how long, perhaps an hour or two. The lift from the carpark takes you down into the shop, you can then get out of the shop into Byres Road.
In general, I can usually find a suitabke space but sometimes hou have to drive around to get one. However, Botanic Gardens and Byres Road are worth the trouble of parking.