We got to the palace, but not in time for the last tour of the day. We had to settle for walking around the grounds and taking in the views from the hillside.
Monaco is the second smallest and most densely populated country in the world - did you know?
The Grimaldis have run this place since 1297.
Don't mind our reflections. These Princess Grace photos were all over the city.
Mmmmm, Magnum bars!
The Grand Prix had just happened and most of the stands and tracks were still set up. Would've been cool to attend! Put that on our list of cool things we missed and should've planned better.
I imagine a lot of money has gone into this building.
Meandering along the water.
One of those famous turns from the Grand Prix. I can only imagine how much those hotel rooms with a view cost during the event.
Towards the casino we go!
There it is, the Casino of Monte Carlo. Monaco is divided into ten administrative wards, Monte Carlo is one of those. I was kinda confused since I've heard some people use Monte Carlo and Monaco interchangeably.
There's the fancy Hotel de Paris.
We decided to go in, despite our lack of evening gowns. I knew I forgot to pack something.
I wasn't supposed to take pictures inside, but I snuck in a couple while on my way to the bathroom.
There are a few rooms open to the public in the casino, but to see the rest of it, bring your black tie duds and your offshore bank account.
Such pretty buildings.
After a delicious dinner at that small Indian place, we headed back to the train station.
This place is rad. Can't you just see those Formula 1 cars blazing through here? It's like a video game scene.
At the train station, the nicest train station I have ever seen!
It was gleaming.
Nice Nice is next!