Recently, we published two posts reviewing travel essentials, which were centered around technology and packing. I asked many of you what we were missing from our lists, and the results were impressive. Some of these items, I also use when traveling, but some were totally new to me, and great to discover. We thought it would be fun to share these “uncommon” items with you, way beyond the basics. We received so many recommendations, that we have divided them into two posts. This article covers unusual items that you might use in an airport or hotel/rental.
Monaco is the world’s second-smallest country, located on the French Rivera, between France and the Mediterranean Sea. It is tiny, with only one major city and loads of luxury, all squeezed into less than one square mile. Monaco is considered to be one of the most expensive places to live in the world, with average real estate prices hovering around $8,,000 per square foot. It has the highest GDP per capita and over 70% of the population are millionaires, most from generational wealth.