Monday, June 15, 2009

The Top Five Germiest Places in the World

Last week, the travel website released a list of the five "germiest" landmarks in the world. Check it out . . .

#5.) The handprints and footprints at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California

#4.) St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy

#3.) OSCAR WILDE'S tomb in Paris, France, which is notoriously covered in lipstick marks

#2.) The "Wall of Gum" . . . which is a wall that's full of old, chewed-up globs of gum . . . at Pike Place Market in Seattle

#1.) The Blarney Stone in Ireland . . . which is kissed by 400,000 people every year

Here is a photo of the Blarney Stone in Ireland...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When a good friend travelled to Ireland to visit some family a few years ago, she was warned about the Blarney Stone...seems the young local lads like to visit it each evening and leave their own mark upon it...much like a Tom Cat marking his favourite tree or stalk of grass...and you thought it was all those lips. :o)