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Day 42: Walking through Paris

The weather continued to be chilly, overcast, and damp. Fall seemed to have come all at once, and of course it had to happen while we were in Paris. 630 more words


Paris V - Pere Lachaise, Picnic & Louvre at night

Parada obligatoria en el Cementerio Pere Lachaise a visitar la tumba de Jim Morrison.

Empezó a funcionar el 21 de Mayo de 1804.

Esta lleno de hermosos detalles, cada esquina melancólica. 155 more words

The Road to the Grave

It is the year 1999, people are waiting for the end of the world again, Bill Clinton is on trial and Pluto is still a planet. 1,098 more words



April, 29, 2014

A cemetery  is many things. It can be  a place of grief or of peacefulness.  A gentle and crowded reminder that none of us are going to get out of this world alive.   101 more words

Cimetiere Pere-Lachaise & Musee Rodin

Cimetiere Pere-Lachaise

We ventured out to see the famous cemetery where Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, and lots of other famous people were buried. The cemetery was so large that it was sort of like its own city within Paris. 317 more words


The most amazing place in the world is Paris.

If you only wanted to go one place in Europe, Paris would be the only place i would recommend. 328 more words

"Où est Jim Morrison?” Looking for the Lizard King's grave at Père Lachaise

Not long ago, I was a substitute teacher for a high school French class. Right away, I confessed to the students that my knowledge of French was very limited. 1,377 more words