/ TCA Glasgow - is there a safe place to lock up a bike?
Yes - there is a bike lock up / area outside next to TCA / The Golf Centre.
Thanks - is it within view of reception (fairly safe for a fairly good bike)? Know it's a fairly quiet area.
> Thanks - is it within view of reception (fairly safe for a fairly good bike)? Know it's a fairly quiet area.
No, car parking and bike lock up not in view of reception but they do have CCTV
Ok thanks - heading over on my way home from work tonight. Looks like a great venue.
I'm coming up to sunny Glasgow this week on business (by train) and I'm thinking of trying to get to TCA for a couple hours tomorrow night. If I were to set off walking back to the city centre afterwards, what are the chances I'd get back to Argyll Street alive?
Around 50-50. But Argyll Street is where the trouble begins. ;) Seriously though, you could get the underground from Kinning Park to St Enoch - it's only 5 mins.
I might be in there tomorrow evening - happy to drop you off back at Argyll St. if I am (and you're not planning to stay till the bitter end.)
Get the subway to Shields Road & it's about 15 minutes to get there from the city centre.
Google maps is your friend.
Its not worth your life walking..
Thanks everyone. Good idea, I'll check out the underground. I need to get to the station end of Argyll St (the Radisson).
Is the bouldering any good, btw?
From their blog: ďItís the best climbing wall Iíve ever been to, worldwide. If you havenít been yet, sort it out!Ē
Personally I'd feel safer walking rather than trapped in a narrow carriage with a load of neds.
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