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Stand Up Paddle Board Rental in La Ciotat
"Choose the rental time to suit your plans then — with your life jacket on and paddle in hand — take to the waters off the French coastal town of La Ciotat and begin exploring the shoreline at your own pace. During your rental enjoy peace and quiet out on the waves. Stand or kneel on your floating paddle board and enjoy a relaxing adventure in the southern French sunshine. As you paddle admire panoramic views over the Côte d'Azur shoreline. After an hour paddling through the shallow waters return to shore to conclude your rental.""""Explore southern France’s beautiful coastline at your leisure with this 1-hour paddle board rental in La Ciotat. Clip into your life jacket and paddle out onto the gentle waves. Then
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Marseille City Pass
"Once you have collected the ticket booklet take advantage of the fantastic offers including free admission into museums public transport guided walks and special offers for shopping shows a free sample of ""Four des Navettes"" (famous local biscuit) and much more!Discover the oldest city in France with your Marseille City Pass."""
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Marseille City Pass
"Once you have collected the ticket booklet take advantage of the fantastic offers including free admission into museums public transport guided walks and special offers for shopping shows a free sample of ""Four des Navettes"" (famous local biscuit) and much more!Discover the oldest city in France with your Marseille City Pass."""
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Tell them that the Truth is beautiful

In the autumn of 2012 the Théâtre Liberté presented an exhibition and a series of plays and lectures on the topic of “1962/2012: the War of Algeria, fifty years later”. One of the plays on this topic...
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The opera house

Unlike the Marseille Opera, which faces north and thus is nearly always in the shade, the Toulon Opera aka Théâtre Municipal faces south and looks glorious when the sun is shining on its nicely...
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The ceiling of the opera house

If you don’t mind getting a stiff neck, have a good look at the ceiling of the Toulon opera house. The painting up there is fifteen meters in diameter and portrays 123 “personages”, which I presume...
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Porte d'Italie

This “Gate of Italy” was not on our walking tour, but I went and saw it the next morning on my bicycle.The gate and the adjoining walls were designed by (three guesses) Vauban, and constructed...
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Carmen by Georges Bizet

According to operabase.com, Bizet’s Carmen is the third most often produced opera worldwide, after Verdi’s La traviata and Puccini’s La Bohème. (Operabase tabulated the number of productions, not the...
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Place de la Liberté

This square in Toulon is a good place to ruminate on the ambiguities of the concept of Liberté, especially since Toulon in former times was best known not as a place of liberty but as the site of a...
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Grand Hôtel

The dominant building on north side of the Place de la Liberté, behind the Fountain of the Federation, is the Grand Hôtel, built in 1868-1869.In the long run, the Grand Hôtel was too grand to be just...
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Théâtre Liberté

In 2001, after the city elections that removed the right-wing Front National from power in Toulon, the new mayor began working with the mayors of eleven nearby towns to form a cooperative regional...
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Harbor tour

Several companies offer boat tours of the harbor and the military port. The one I chose (for no particular reason) was called Bateliers de la Côte d’Azur. The tour was excellent, and I can highly...
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Ro-Ro

On the civilian side of the harbor I learned from our guide’s commentary what a Ro-Ro ship is. Ro-Ro means “roll on, roll off”, sort of like a car ferry, but bigger. Trucks or anything with wheels can...
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The military port

For about half of our harbor tour we went past the military port, which is the Mediterranean headquarters of the French Navy. The actual military port is off limits to civilian ships, so we stayed...
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Vauban was here

The great military engineer Sébastien Le Prestre, marquis de Vauban (1633-1707), visited Toulon four times between 1679 and 1700 to fortify the city and develop an arsenal to support the ambitious...
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Tour Royale

This Royal Tower was built from 1514 to 1524. It was the first fort to be built to protect the harbor at Toulon.Vauban did not arrive on the scene until 155 years later. When he inspected the Tour...
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Musée National de la Marine

This large aerial photograph in the Naval Museum gives an overview of Toulon harbor today.The museum documents the military port of Toulon from the earliest times to the present, including the role of...
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Place Besagne, Toulon, Provence, 83000, France
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200 Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, Toulon, 83000, France
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Avenue Georges Charpak Parc Tertaire Valgora, La Valette-du-Var, Cote d'Azur 83160, France
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4 rue A. Guiol, Toulon, Provence, 83000, France
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14 Blvd de Tesse, Toulon, Provence, 83000, France
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20 impasse Saint Joseph, Les Palmiers, Hyeres, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 83400, France
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"… la chose enivrante: la liberté ! la liberté !"
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"On and Off the Road in Toulon"
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"Toulon - Mediterrannean coast"
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"Toulon - Starting Point of Napoleon"
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