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Our Stop In Monaco. P.3

o_l_g_a_r_i • 4 minutes read • August 8th, 2016
After visiting the square at the 

Palace 

and walking along streets (Our Stop In Monaco. P.2), we went further towards 

Monte Carlo

.
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The houses are really nice there.
Do you have an income you need to hide from IRS? :)
Would you like to buy an apartment there?
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Streets around Monte Carlo:
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Here's a park.
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And here is the place of gathering of all tourists.
There are really a lot of them!
When you compare with other places, there is an impression that everyone came right here...
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And I want to add - if some of you have never been here (that, of course, is unlikely), I would recommend coming here on a cruise.
It is a very lousy place in terms of the parking...
P.S. By the way, cafe/restaurant prices are quite normal there.
We went inside the 

casino 

just to take pictures - we are not gamblers.
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And here are more pictures from there:
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And we went further to the port, not on the bus, but on foot...
This is a mandatory part of the cruise - to walk as much as possible. Then you can have dinner in the evening with a clear conscience! :)
Moreover, it is very nice to walk there...
Here is our ship, our house... closer and closer...
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Can you see preparations for the race? Spectator seats are almost everywhere...
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Someone can watch the race from their own yacht.
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And here is one of the "heroes" of Formula 1 - maybe, you recognize him? :)
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And here are several pictures from the ship...
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And here you can see some divers diving under our ship, hmm...
I don't know why...
But then I heard on the news that the anchor stuck on the route of "Quest", and they say it happens pretty often. Their departure was even delayed...
We did not have this, but maybe, they were just checking if everything was okay?
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Another yacht moored.
It was interesting to watch it from the balcony...
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It seemed to me that Monaco is very appropriate exactly for the cruise stop - we stood there for a long time - from 7 am almost to 12 pm. So, it is very convenient for walking. At first, you can take a walk during the day, then stay on the ship, sunbathe, dine, and go to the city again. We also walked there in the evening - the city in the evening is even more pleasant, IMHO.
But it's almost impossible to come to Monaco by car - it's hard to find the parking lot and you have to look at everything very quickly...
Author: O_L_G_A_R_I
Source: o-l-g-a-r-i.livejournal.com
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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