Some friends came to see me and we had decided to go to the boat show on Saturday morning. Unfortunately, we already knew from Friday that the show would be sold out. On the website it was no longer possible to buy tickets from Friday afternoon, so we showed up at the entrance after a good breakfast in Corso Italia and unfortunately it was not yet possible to buy tickets.
At 13:00 I went to ask a hostess at the press entrance for information on how to get in. She told me that the online shopping had reopened, while there was a long line at the only recently opened cash desk. We buy tickets on the fly and go inside, with temperature analysis.
As I walked in I unfortunately realized that it was a subdued edition. But all in all, it wasn’t a catastrophe. However, there were still quite a few exhibitors, far fewer than last year. Unfortunately even fewer boats in the water. Furthermore, time has not helped this edition at all.
I am a computer systems engineer and I have traveled extensively in the sky, on land and by sea. I love nature, the sea and skiing. I am very curious and I am passionate about physics. I have a Mini Morris 850 and I am passionate about LEGO. I love Star Trek.
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