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  1. Anthony
    February 11, 2011

    You are one pretty cool dad haha! Interesting reads matey, it reminds me of our local Cathedral which is a national heritage site. Great site ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Anonymous
      February 11, 2011

      Thanks for visiting, commenting, and for the wonderful compliment. I love seeing old cathedrals. Amazing the amount of care, intricacy, and detail that went into them.

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  2. Cathy Sweeney
    February 10, 2011

    Very interesting. I’d love to visit this cathedral next time! It looks beautiful and I’m an avid tomb tourist!

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    • Anonymous
      February 11, 2011

      It is phenomenal. I can’t wait to go back with my good camera and get some more shots that my little digicam couldn’t capture as well. Have you read my article about cemetery tourism? http://www.travelgeneration.com/travel-stories/cemetery-tourism-the-one-destination-we-ll-all-end-up-seeing/ Nice to see another tomb tourist!

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      • Cathy Sweeney
        February 11, 2011

        Just read it now. Nice post. We definitely have something in common, except for the vampire part ๐Ÿ˜‰ You’re right — it’s about the stories that cemeteries and tombstones tell.

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      • Anonymous
        February 11, 2011

        You’re not into vampires? I’m crushed! LOL

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  3. Anonymous
    February 10, 2011

    Very interesting, and we have to get to Paris! Just looking at the first photo it has such a unique structure. Most churches you see have two towers, do you know if there was ever a second tower on the left side?

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  4. Justin Hamlin
    February 10, 2011

    Never made it that far north out of the center of Paris. It is so easy to travel and get sucked into the “tourist traps” and all of the places where everyone speaks English, etc. Now I wish I would have made it further north than I did.

    On the same token, I do understand the cathedraled-out mentality. Seems like there is one every 3 blocks in Paris. Gorgeous, but about as common as Starbucks on the West Coast and Dunkin Donuts on the east coast.

    Thanks for sharing your travels.

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    • Anonymous
      February 10, 2011

      So true. I spread out my cathedral visits over the week so that I wouldn’t get too sick of them. LOL

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    • Anonymous
      February 10, 2011

      So true. I spread out my cathedral visits over the week so that I wouldn’t get too sick of them. LOL

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