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What's on in Monaco 22-28 Sep 2022

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September 22nd Newsletter

...plain Mr Faraday to the end. (1)

At last the FiA has signed a contract with the Automobile Club to host the F1 Grand Prix in Monaco up to 2025. You can put next year's date in your diary: 28 May 2023.

Fancy a plate of paella? On Saturday morning Condamine market traders are preparing Spanish products for an in-market lunch or to take home. NOTE: unfortunately Monaco Mairie has postponed this event due to forecasted bad weather.

If you find yourself hungry next week the Fairmont Hotel's Nobu restaurant is offering 4-handed dining from Wednesday 28 September to Sunday 2 October. Monaco-based Jerome Lorvellec is working with Yannick Lohou of Nobu Warsaw to create an Omakase menu featuring Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian twist. Price 150 euros pp.

It's the Journee du Patrimoine de Monaco on Sunday, when you can visit places you wouldn't normally be able to enter. Highlights this year include free entry to the Prince's Palace and the Prince's Car Collection in its new location at Port Hercule. There's also a guided tour of Fondation Francis Bacon, and the Jardin Exotique is opening for one day only. Buses are free all day, and all the information you need about times and reservations is on the event website.

And finally...

We were reminded this week that Covid is still with us. Numbers of infections have risen since the rentree, so take care!

(1) This week's quote is how a knighthood for services to science was refused, when offered to English scientist Michael Faraday, born this day 1791.

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