The Chairfather: Père Lachaise Part I

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    31 Jan 2018
    Clock 60min      Length1mi
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    Cross Avenue Transversale 2

    Pay wave

    You'll come out on the other side to a larger path, Avenue Transversale #2, which has a slight uphill grade.

    Continue cutting diagonally across the cobblestones and turn left on the little path leaving the family Guillot on your right.

    (4 SECOND PAUSE)

    After the fourth tomb on your right-hand side, turn right on a smaller path. Looking up over your right shoulder, you should see the name Allioli on the back of the grave as you turn.

    (4 SECOND PAUSE)

    At the wrought iron fence around the tomb of Charles Toussaint Labadye, make a left, stopping to admire the Egyptian eyes and pyramid on the top of the tomb of Maushoua Satasinh.

    (4 SECOND PAUSE)

    Continue straight and at the cobblestone road make a right. You are now on Avenue des Acacias.

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