Edinburgh Castle, St Giles Cathedral, and haunted tour.

Edinburgh Castle

 

We got off the bus at Edinburgh Castle. It was really cool. We spent a few hours there. A lot of walking.

 

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St Giles Cathedral

After the Castle we had our first fish and chips. Pretty good. We stopped at St Giles Cathedral. It was beautiful.

 

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We walked down the Royal Mile back to our hotel and when I say down I mean it was down hill all the way. We decided then that we were not going to walk back up for the haunted tour. We went back to our hotel and took a short nap before getting a taxi to the top of the Royal Mile again. We ate a quick dinner where I had my first Pepsi in Scotland. Coke must be the drink of choice here.

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 We met with the tour group at the St Giles Cathedral and the tour guide Katie was amazing. She led us though some of the underground vaults and then to the Greyfriars Cemetery where we were hoping for some poltergeist activity. 

No such luck.

Sorry, no pictures of the cemetery. It was just to dark .

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