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What's on in Monaco 22-28 Oct 2020

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Oct 22nd Newsletter

The greatest pianist who ever lived. (1)

What's new

It's the start of half-term holidays today, with kids returning to class on Tuesday 3 November. Ordinarily we'd be looking forward to Oktoberfest too and SBM, conscious of the Covid restrictions, has renamed the event FamilyFest. The Cafe de Paris is providing the usual Bavarian entertainment, food and beer, but tables can accommodate no more than 10 partygoers. Prince Albert will be present for the official opening tomorrow evening.

Employees of La Maree have been protesting outside Port Palace hotel. The rooftop fish and seafood restaurant has been closed since the end of September, with reports of a dispute between the new owners of the hotel (see 12 March 2020 newsletter) and the operator of the restaurant.

In brief

No Finish Line is going ahead virtually. Download the Zapsports app to register and keep track of distances run or walked.

A website has been launched looking ahead to the centenary of Prince Albert 1er's death in 2022.

The Stamp and Coin Museum has a 4-day exhibition starting today, featuring rare coins and archival material relating to Monaco's trade with Turkey in the 17th century.

Takeaway panettone can be ordered from the Louis XV: 500g, 1kg, or 2kg, priced 30, 50 and 100 euros. Place your order 72 hours in advance on +377 98 06 88 62 or email adhp[at]sbm.mc.

Vivanova's Luxury Lifestyle Gala is going ahead on 14 November. Tickets are still available.

And finally don't forget to turn your clocks back on Saturday night for an extra hour in bed on Sunday. Enjoy!

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Agatha Christie in French.
Friday: Piano recital.
Saturday: Musical fire & passion.
Sunday: 2-star chef brunch .

Stay safe and enjoy your weekend.

(1) This week's quote refers to Hungarian composer of the Romantic era, Franz Liszt, born this day 1811.

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