Albert and Charlene Wedding souvenirs May 4, 2011 7:34:46 GMT -5
Post by MyAdia on May 4, 2011 7:34:46 GMT -5
Well we know from previous articles that the Albert and Charlene wedding souvenirs are on the way - in time for the mad rush of tourists during the Grand pix. But, according to Monaco shopkeeper Dorothy Zanatta, the tourists are getting anxious to buy these souvenirs - they keep asking where are they!
Soon a thing of the future royal wedding
May 4, 2011
Visitors also enjoy bringing trinkets and clothing. They will shortly buy mugs, plates and necklaces bearing the initials of Albert II and Charlene Wittstock
Caps, t-shirts, magnets or key chains. The radius of memories, no doubt, the choice is wide. On the Rock which focuses many shops, the displays are full of gift ideas for tourists wishing to bring a present to their family of their getaway Monaco.
For the moment, nothing is offered in direct link with the royal wedding. Albert II and Charlene Wittstock exchange their vows on 1 and 2 July. During May, the shops will be the range of products designed specifically for the event.
Mugs, plates and collars. Hay portrait of the future spouses, but a discreet gold engraving their initials on a banner.
" Tourists regularly ask if we have mugs bearing the image of the prince and his bride. We will receive but no picture, so, I fear that buyers are a little disappointed not to find products with their faces , "predicts Dorothy Zanatta Shop Santa Cecilia.
In shops on the Rock, sellers often have the same answer to the visitors. They are likely to want a souvenir that displays an image of the bride and groom.
However, it is already possible to purchase the official photo of the engagement of Albert II and Charlene Wittstock.
Dice for the Spaniards, Italians plates for
During the holidays, tourists still had plenty of choice to the range of products available in specialized shops.
Traders willingly confess little habits inherent in every nationality. The French are not big consumers, not the most friendly. In this regard, the prize goes to the Anglo-Saxon and the Japanese, " but speed too nice . " Italians and Spaniards for their kind of talkative.
However, all spend time loitering at the option of shelving. The choice of gift is not by chance.
Right now, the Grand Prix made recipe. Color red dominant manufacturers of cars that will ignite the asphalt in the end attract envy. Failing to pay the car, it will be the key ring bearing the image of the prancing horse.
Each country has its preferences. Trinkets and dishes, especially dishes with views of Monaco, inexorably end in neighboring Alpine.
Spaniards are particularly fond of dice-stitched while the French leave willingly with a t-shirt or cap, like the Americans. The English, meanwhile, enjoy the lavender bags and other soaps and mugs. The "cup of tea from Monaco" has good days ahead.
And the radius of the essential, key chains, lighters and more importantly, the snow globes.Dorothy Zanatta (above left) of St. Cecilia's shop, knows the preferences of tourists
Read article in French at the Nice Matin