We don't really have cemeteries here in San Francisco. There are a couple up in the Presidio (including a pet cemetery), but the rest were scooped up for land use back in the early 1900s. The bodies were moved down to Daly City and beyond. Enter the Neptune Society's Columbarium.
I visited the Columbarium this past weekend. It is one weirdly quirky final resting place. The genius of this place is that anyone of any faith (or no faith at all) is welcome. And you can design the display of your remains like a diorama. Or go minimalist and just display an urn. Or have you and your partner placed inside matching Elvis cookie jars. Most of The original "residents" went more the plaque-of-bronze style with only a family name to decorate their eternal real estate. But nowadays, you get an empty glass case to design as you wish.