Photographic print. A staircase, orange and peach Roses in golden light at a wall of Niche tombs in Alassio Cemetery.
In late Victorian and Edwardian times Alassio and other resorts on the Italian Riviera became a place for the English to visit and live and there is still an old English library. The lady in Tourist Information opposite suggested I go across and chat to Jacqueline; on entering the old building I saw a lady dressed distinguishably in a red tartan jacket, sitting at a desk drinking tea and chatting to another English lady. They have lived in the town for 55 years. I read in BBC News magazine 25 June 2014: 'That it still opens its doors four afternoons a week 136 years after it was founded is largely the work of one remarkably dedicated woman - Jacqueline Rosadoni. Born Jacqueline Poole in London, she came to Alassio almost by accident in 1959. She was 19 and stopping off briefly before going to Florence. But she fell in love with a local plumber: they married and they've been here ever since.'
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