• Image shows the Eiffel Tower Green project "OnEI"
    Eiffel Tower,  Let's Explore

    Eiffel Tower-One Big Green Space and Garden

    Eiffel Tower, Quai Branley, Iena Bridge, Trocadero, Place Varsovie, Ecole militaries will be joined by one big green space and pedestrian zone between 2021-2024. Around 2024 the area of the Eiffel Tower, including Trocadéro and l’Ecole militaire will add clean air to your lungs according to the Paris Mayor’s office. The area around the Eiffel Tower is going green. Vehicles of any kind will no longer circulate around either the Tower or across the Iena bridge. From the Place Varsovie on the right bank across from Chatillot to the left bank’s Quai Branly, all will be classified for pedestrians only. Work begins 2021 and continues until 2024.

  • Tomb of Gilbert Morard with RATP tickets and TGV engraving Père Lachaise, Paris
    Cemeteries,  Let's Explore

    Père-Lachaise Color & Cemetery Information

    Pere Lachaise and other cemeteries have permanent residents; what is perpetuité; links to maps (some in English, Español or Italiano) to find famous women, celebrities, gastronomy, artists and actors, some are accessible for special needs; 14 are within Paris; 6 outside the Paris walls; not counting the pet cemetery; images of a drizzly, chilly day in Père Lachaise; where to find information about plots and handling the deceased. Looking for someone among the 7 million buried? .... keep reading ....

  • Access in Paris app for iPhone and Adroid jaccedemobile

    Find Accessibility Obstacles in Paris with Phone Apps

    For those who are pregnant, elderly or have limited mobility Jaccede.com (literally “I access”) has launched an iTunes application, “Jaccede mobile”. In fact, you do not have to be any of these. You could be riding on the bus and wonder where the nearest boulangerie or grocery store is located. Jaccede’s Web page with application download QR codes. Jaccede is now available in English. I enjoyed giving this application a small test. Whether you have a handicap or not, the map’s symbols on the streets (with names) let you know where your present position is. Then you can follow the streets to where you want to go. The geolocation system is…