Friday, April 27, 2012

Dog Cemetery

In addition to going to St. Denis yesterday, Rachael and I ALSO finally made it to the Dog Cemetery in the north of Paris! It was founded in 1899, and there are more than just dogs buried there. It was more interesting than most of the human cemeteries I've been to in France.

"He saved the life of 40 people, and was killed by the 41st"

Those are tennis balls! How sweet :)

GHOST CAT. Earlier, we had seen a lady feeding a different ghost cat, and she told us not to take pictures, but I kind of think that if you're feeding ghost cats, you have to expect that people will want to get photographic evidence of that. 

A horse who died in 1811. 

A sheep!

It was definitely in the MIDDLE OF NOWHERE, but it was definitely worth going to. I recommend it! Today was also a very productive day. Look forward to blog posts about the Musee des Arts et Metiers, and about the Museum of Hunting and Nature! 

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