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What's on in Monaco 21-27 Feb 2019

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February 21st Newsletter

Il y a des betises que j'ai faites.... (1)

What's new

There's a delicious aroma of oranges in the air at the moment. That's because the Direction de l'Amenagement Urbain (DAU) gardeners are collecting fruit from the trees that line the Principality's streets. If you fancy making your own Monaco marmalade, now's the time to request a few of the oranges, but you'll need to hurry. A significant portion of the harvest is used for the Orangerie's liqueur. Visit the DAU's page for contact details.

Following the opening of the Princess Grace Suite in 2017 (see 25 Jan 2018 newsletter), the Hotel de Paris has now unveiled its largest suite, named for Prince Rainier III. The 2-bed-2-bath accommodation includes a large salon with bar, a small salon, library, dining room, and office. It also has a 2-level terrace with a swimming pool overlooking Casino Square. The price per night isn't far off the average annual French salary.

And finallly, Baires Argentinian restaurant has reopened after a break of around 5 years.

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Tibetan singing bowls.
Friday: InterNations Margarita networking.
Saturday: Ice skating.
Sunday:  Monaco v Lyon.
 
Coming up next week: Pierre Arditi reads what he likesHandel's Ariodante, and A Ghost Story.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is by French actor, screenwriter and playwright, Sacha Guitry, born this day 1885. It continues ".... uniquement pour avoir le plaisir de les raconter."  

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