We had to see the Catacombs, I mean come on, 6 million dead Parisian skeletons underground arranged artistically, who wouldnâ€™t want to see that? These caverns used to be mining areas back in the olden days, but in the 19th century, the cemeteries were apparently overflowing, literally, so over several years they carted these bones down underground at night (so not to freak out the citizens that were living there at the time). They then made them neat towards the front by arranging designs with the long bones and skulls, and then opened the area up like in an amusement park. It was weird and kinda spooky. Initially, I found myself just walking along trying to find different bones or commenting on the artistic use of a femur here instead of a humerus. It was like it wasnâ€™t real. They go on for miles. But then it hit me, especially when I started seeing the bones of toddlers or babies. I mean these were living people, just like you or me. Very surreal. I even felt a bit sacrilegious taking pictures. I definitely want to be cremated when I die and have my ashes spread somewhere, just so someone in the future doesnâ€™t see me somewhere in some cavern.