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Locals Recommend The Best Tourist Spots In Their Home Cities. Pretty cool.

Top 150 Secret Destinations: The Definitive Local Travel Guide [Infographic] - Locals recommend the best tourist spots in their home cities.

Graffiti in a cell in the haunted Tower of London

Graffiti in a cell in the Tower of London. Thomas Roper was the son-in-law of Sir Thomas Moore who was beheaded in the Tower

Sir George Mackenzie's tomb, Edinburgh. The Mackenzie poltergeist is one of the most well-documented cases of a malevolent haunting in British history. John Mackenzie was the king's advocate for Charles II and was responsible for the deaths of approximately 18,000 covenanters during the 1600s. His tomb and the surrounding cemetery has allegedly recorded some 500 poltergeist attacks.

Tomb of Sir George Mackenzie, Greyfriars Kirkyard, Edinburgh, Scotland. Torture and/or death sentencing surrounding.

"Mews" are old stables from the 18th and 19th centuries. London has several of these - now mostly refurbished into upscale homes and flats.

Cobblestone street London - Mews were the alley entrances to stables for horses/carriages behind the large houses. Converted to separate homes now.

Get there via First Great Western train from Paddington, 30 minutes, from £8 return. Have a bite at Limes Bakery - great for sandwiches and sweets.

Get there via First Great Western train from Paddington, 30 minutes, from return. Have a bite at Limes Bakery - great for sandwiches and sweets.