Sharon Murie
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Church of Saint Etienne du Mont ~ Latin Quarter, Paris

Paris is stunning! The wildly gorgeous interior of the Church of Saint Etienne du Mont in the Latin Quarter. The steps of this church are used in Woody Allen's movie "Midnight in Paris" - but the interior is definitely worth seeing!

Eat delicious cakes at the Borough Market - Things to do in London: http://www.ytravelblog.com/things-to-do-in-london/

"My favorite London food market though is Borough Market with over 70 different stalls selling produce from the UK and beyond and lots of tasting samples. While you’re there, don’t miss nearby Neal’s Yard Dairy for amazing cheeses.

Looking up to the main landing of the grand staircase at the Paris Opera House. The statues are meant to be holding "bouquets of light," as the electric lights were new when the theater first opened.

Looking up to the main landing of the grand staircase at the Paris Opera House. The statues are meant to be holding "bouquets of light," as the electric lights were new when the theater first opened. // Would love to tour the Opera House.

Every year in Autumn/winter I want to do the tour of Highgate Cemetery, and I still haven't

Highgate Cemetery, London -- Although its most famous occupant is Karl Marx, there are at least 850 notables buried at Highgate. Also-Undiscovered London Walking Tour

Angel wreathed in ivy, Highgate Cemetery East. One of my own photos, scanned.

Pinner wrote: "Angel wreathed in ivy, Highgate Cemetery East. One of my own photos, scanned". I have also visited this beautiful and atmospheric cemetery and would recommend it to anyone.

English Heritage describes Highgate Cemetery as a place of "outstanding historical and architectural interest" in London

World's Spookiest Cemeteries - Horror films and haunted houses are fine if you like your fright imaginary. Feeling ready to meet some real spirits? We've compiled a list of the world's spookiest cemeteries -- and we dare you to visit after dark.

The Grapes was written about by Charles Dickens in Our Mutual Friend. “A tavern of dropsical appearance… long settled down into a state of hale infirmity. It had outlasted many a sprucer public house, indeed the whole house impended over the water but seemed to have got into the condition of a faint-hearted diver, who has paused so long on the brink that he will never go in at all"

The Grapes was written about by Charles Dickens in Our Mutual Friend. “A tavern of dropsical appearance… long settled down into a state of hale infirmity. It had outlasted many a sprucer public house, indeed the whole house impended over the water but seemed to have got into the condition of a faint-hearted diver, who has paused so long on the brink that he will never go in at all"