La Pâtisserie Française et Le Cimetière Père Lachaise

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Bridgette Claery

Bridgette Claery

Salut tout le monde! 

On Thursday students went to the Père Lachaise cemetery, which is the largest cemetery in the city of Paris. It boasts 3.5 million visitors annually, making it the most visited cemetery in the world! Some notable graves the students had a chance to see are those of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Édith Piaf, and Molière, amongst many others. 

Jim Morrison
Coucou!
C'est beau!
Students enjoying the scenery
Tombstones

On Friday students had the chance to cook some French pastries! We went to a local "Cook and Go" and made a chocolate cake and crumble. 

Ready!
Waiting patiently
Ellie and Cassidy
Marco, Baylee, and Rafael
Jessica and Alexa
Maria and Adela
Abir and Ethan

- PL Bridgette 

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