29 July 2010


I never thought a cemetery would be of interest to me. Trish and Al spend hours exploring them all over the world. We thought we'd see what all the hype is about for ourselves. Cimetiere Du Pere-Lachaise covers 108 acres, contains around 70,000 tombs and has become the resting place of the famous. It turned out to be amazing. Dating back to 1803, you'd never believe no two tombs are identical. The stone designs were incredible and so old.

Next up we checked out the design center. Way cooler than a building with a giant whale painted on it...Philadelphia doesn't hold a candle to this.

We spent the evening on the Champs-Elysees with a fabulous four course dinner before catching Lido and checking out the Arc De Triomphe. Have I mentioned how amazing the food is here, uh and the bread?!

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