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The trip to France was almost spontaneous and very interesting. Enjoying the atmosphere of small old streets, peering at every detail, relax and dream.
Historical places in France is endless, but there are some that are of particular importance. It's the house in Paris in which he lived, Jim Morrison, close to place de La Bastille, and the place of his burial in the cemetery of Pere-Lachaise.
On the Internet you can find a lot of pictures at home, but it is good to come to listen to the street and to feel the mystery of these places.
In this house once lived Jim Morrison. His window on the third floor on the left. Now it is home to a doctor, so in your apartment could not get.
An entrance door is almost always closed, but we were lucky. We're in!
An ordinary French door, but next door...
"There is the known and the unknown exist, and between them the door" (D. Morrison)
Next door yard. In the courtyard is cozy and poetic. It seems that the best place for creativity to be found.
As we peered in the window, one of them began to appear angry face the occupants of the house. Not waiting until we wish a good evening, it was decided to immediately leave.
How to find: 17 Rue Beautreillis (Metro Bastille), exit towards Rue Saint-Antoine (not to be confused with Rue du Faub. Saint-Antoine, opposite the street).
The next day we went to "Père Lachaise".
Here are buried many famous people including: honoré de Balzac, Henri Barbusse, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison and others.
The map shows the burial place of Jim Morrison, but to find him was not easy.
The cemetery is like a big Museum and has the real street numbers.
The Jim Morrison's grave is now fenced.
Before leaving, we saw the woman who sang "I love the Helloі wail won't you tell me your name" (words from the song of group "The Doors").
"Sometimes missing a moment to forget life, and sometimes not enough life to forget the moment" (D. Morrison).
How to get there: Metro Philippe Auguste
Arriving in 1971 in Paris, he didn't know what home in Los Angeles will not return. This year (2013) Jim Morrison would have turned 70.
Goodbye, Jim, and see you, Jim.
PS: the Journey inspired, so soon we begin to create the album "70/80" in which song to play Jim Morrison's "Riders on the Storm" in the Ukrainian translation. Last year the group "Kamyaniy gist" already created a Ukrainian version of the song "People are Strange", which was included in the album "60/70".