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What's on in Monaco 18-24 Jul 2019

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July 18th Newsletter

The most famous cricketer of them all. (1)

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Fancy something spicy for summer? The Hermitage Hotel is hosting a pop-up Lebanese restaurant in its Salon Excelsior and terrace. Parisian chain, Noura, is providing the food every evening until 25 August. The lounge bar opens at 5pm for shishas, cocktails and music, then dinner is served. There's a mezze menu that includes favourites such as hummus and taboule, and for a main dish there are Noura specials such as lamb confit or spiced wild cod. Check out the menu on the SBM website (Noura Lebanese cuisine), and phone +377 98 06 49 28 to make a reservation.

If you find yourself on the Rock during summer, look out for Monaco's self-driving bus service. The autonomous vehicle is being tested in the streets of Monaco Ville and everyone is welcome to take a ride free of charge. There's space for 11 passengers, it travels no faster than 15 km/h, and runs in the mornings, 9:00-11:30, and afternoons, 13:30-20:00. Get on board at Place de la Visitation, the Palace, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum. After 8 September the service will move to Larvotto beach area to ferry around visitors attending conferences at the Grimaldi Forum.

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Vivanova summer party.
Friday: Monaco carnaval.
Saturday: Lithuanian fireworks.
Sunday: Dvorak & Mozart.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote refers to English amateur cricketer W.G. Grace, born this day 1848. 

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