Good news is, we found the right cemetery on our last rainy day in Paris. That is the Père Lachaise Cemetery, where the only way I can describe it is that every grave is a piece of art in itself.
Afterwards, we went to visit a completely different venue. We hopped on the metro to the 5th arrondissement to visit the Paris Mosque (“Grande Mosquée de Paris”). It had the most beautiful Moorish architecture, and looked so serene after the light rainfall.
By this time we were starving! We wanted to find a place where we could just have a quick bite, a panini and a drink. We stopped at a bunch of cafes, but decided on a more affordable meal at Crêperie Epi D’or on Rue Daubenton. I have to say, the crepes the guy was making here looked soo good, but we wanted a sandwich, so we settled on a beef panini with mozarella and tomatoes. The boeuf panini was soo good — the bun was crispy and the meat was tender and it didn’t cost as much as most places (it was less than 4 euros).