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Hi

We are going to Edinburgh soon and would appreciate some local wisdom and how to make the most of our time there.

We arrive on a Tuesday (10 sep) at around 5pm and leave on Friday (13th) at midday and are staying at the Edinburgh Regency guesthouse, Granville Terrace, EH10.

We both love history and the paranormal ( there are so many ghost type walks, any ideas as to which are best????) but are not that into arty type things. Also is is worth using the HOHO bus or just get around on local buses.

Finally recommendations for eateries that are reasonably priced and serve good Scottish food would be most welcomed.

Many thanks

Lynn

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