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March 10th Newsletter

Young Man with a Horn. (1)

Sneezing, blocked nose, headache? It's probably the pollen, always a problem at this time of the year. To help you cope, the Government is publishing daily hayfever reports with two-day forecasts. Visit 'Reseau de surveillance des pollens'.

From Monday health passes are no longer required to eat out. Make the most of it at the 'new' Cafe de Paris, open for lunch from today in the Hotel de Paris's Salle Empire. +377 98 06 76 23, cafedeparismc[at]sbm.mc.

Alternatively Flavio Briatore's new Cova patisserie is now open on avenue Princesse Grace. Treat yourself to coffee and cake, 8:00-16:00, Mon-Sat. +377 92 00 06 25, info.plage[at]covamontecarlo.com.

Need a new sofa and an alternative to Habitat? Try French chain Roche Bobois on rue Grimaldi. 10:00-19:00, Mon-Sat.

Preparation for the three Grands Prix is well under way and the Automobile Club has already set up its office on Square Gastaud. If your home or office is on the track, you'll need to apply at the booth for access passes. Open 9:30-17:30, +377 97 77 95 70, riverains[at]acm.mc.

Air travel is set to take off again with the reopening of Terminal 1 at Nice Airport, 27 March.

And finally...

Rob Harrison of Riviera Radio has announced his last show will be 1 April. Best wishes and good luck!

What's in the diary...


Thursday: Printemps des Arts overture.
Friday: Basketball.
Saturday: Birth of sax music.
Sunday: Webern, Bartok, Dutilleux.

(1) This week's quote is the title of an article, film, and book inspired by the life of American jazz cornetist Bix Beiderbecke, born this day 1903.

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