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Glasgow Accomodation

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Everyone's been so helpful about our June trip to Scotland that I'm posing a few specific Glasgow questions.

My family of three, including a fifteen year-old daughter, arrives from Inverness in central Glasgow on Friday the 29th of June. We leave for home on Sunday the 1st of July from Glasgow International.

I'm attempting to decide which area to stay in for this short stay. I have inquiries out to a couple of guesthouses/B&Bs, one which is near Pollock park and on Dumbreck Road.
When we arrive in Glasgow will it be a hassle to take public transportation to this area?
I also have an inquiry in to a B&B near Ashton Lane, an area that really looks appealing to me.

I don't have any real must sees for this area; as mentioned on my other post I would like to see the Burrell collection, but would like to come back into the city centre and do some sightseeing. I think that there is a hop on hop off bus, is this a good way to see the city? We have made reservations for the Willow Tea Rooms in Sauchiehall Street for Saturday afternoon; but this could be changed.

I'm assuming we will be taking a taxi to the airport. Any recommendations for this service?

Thank you for any input.

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