Second visit to the cemetery, this time we had the brochure of the grave markers, locations and history of each. Many of the crypts have cracks, some are sinking into the ground. But, on this trip we noticed many, many Iguanas, as you will notice from the pics. We had to park our scotters across the street because there is no specific parking.
Extremely hot during our visit, make sure you take water or something to drink, because there are no facilities. So try to go early to avoid the heat. Their hours and entrance are posted online, which vary from summer to winter. Some of the stones are hard to read and locate, but the map was easy enough to follow.
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