The Chairfather: Père Lachaise Part III

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    26 Jul 2018
    Clock 45min      Length1mi
    5 ratings

    de Beaujour

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    You'll see a very tall structure right in front of you, the highest thing in the park. Walk towards it.

    At the gate, make a right, then immediately make the first left on the dirt path between Seminario on the left and Novel on the right. This will lead you to the foot of the tower.


    Félix de Beaujour was a low-level diplomat who isn’t known for anything except for having the biggest one, er tomb that is. It's a white hard shaft pointing straight up with no one but Félix underneath.

    Being a landmark which is pretty easy to spot, and quite suggestive, lovers would make this a rendez-vous point for their trysts.

    Turn a cold left shoulder to the blowhard Beaujour, and continue on the dirt path. This will eventually turn into a small cobblestone path going downhill.

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