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Monte Carlo, Monaco Day 1

After my stay in Paris, France I headed to Monte Carlo, Monaco. To get here I had to take a train since it was much cheaper. The cost of the trip was $124 and it took about 7 hrs. It was a long train ride, but it was comfortable and really worth it, since it was a lot cheaper than taking a plane. This was my first train ride and it went really well. The hotel I stayed in was called Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort. It was a bit pricy, but it was genuinely one of the most beautiful hotels I have stayed in. The hotel was simply amazing! Per night I paid $307, but I was okay with paying that much since I saved quite a lot of money by taking a train to Monte Carlo. The hotel/resort had so many amenities. There was an arcade, barber shop, casino, night club, arcade, spa and so many other things I have never seen in other hotels. My favourite part of the hotel was definitely the pools. There was both an indoor and outdoor pool. The outdoor pool was beautiful - It felt like I was at the beach! The hotel's outdoor pool also had a sand bottom, which made it feel like I was in the beach even more! Monte-Carlo Bay hotel offered a free breakfast of your choice as well. I really loved this hotel and would recommend it to anyone!

Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort


Hotel Bedroom

Hotel Bedroom


Outdoor Swimming Pool

Outdoor Swimming Pool

The first tourist attraction I visited was Monaco Cathedral. The cathedral is made of white stones and is decorated with beautiful stain glassed windows. I came early enough to go to mass and here the choir sing. The church, the singing, and the windows were all so beautiful.

Monaco Cathedral

Monaco Cathedral

After mass, I headed to Larvotto Beach. The beach was quite small and crowded but it was still a fantastic time! The weather was splendid and the water was great.

Larvotto Beach

Larvotto Beach

Posted by liezelmarie 21:15 Archived in Monaco

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