Sleeps four. Actually, for a country that's approximately the size of Biggie Smalls, Monaco is happening. It's 1.95 kilometers of supercondensed fun. You can gamble in Monaco. You can drive your car in tight little circles in Monaco. You have to drive your car in tight little circles in Monaco if you want to stay in Monaco. And everybody wants to stay in Monaco! The people of Monaco are referred to as Monegasques or Monacans. How cool is that? If all but one of these 32,653 Monacans were to die, the survivor would become the Last of the Monacans. Monaco has one of everything. Monaco has one beach and one casino and one palace and one crop (the prince's valet's kid's pot plant) and one bus and one ATM machine and two ports. Aha! We lied! Yes, you have your pick of ports: there is the Port of Monaco (our personal favorite) and the Port of Fontvieille (our personal second favorite). Did we mention that Monaco is small? Tiny? Diminutive? Teensy weensy? Dinky? Miniscule? Microscopic? Not even detectable under a microscope? You could, and this is a fact, throw Monaco into the trunk of your car and drive around with it, if you so desired. You could shoplift Monaco. You could accidentally toss Monaco into the trash and then spend your evening wondering where Monaco went until with a thrill of horror you said to yourself, "I didn't throw Monaco in the trash, did I? Did I??? Holy shit, it has a GDP of $870,000,000!" One time we were running with Monaco and we tripped and Monaco nearly took our eye out. And this after our mom told us, "Never run with Monaco, you could lose an eye!" Monaco is connected to France by a door. People from France often wander through this door (it is in a hotel lobby) and say, "Why does everyone suddenly look Monacan?" Here is a fun fact about Monaco: It has successfully sought to diversify into services and small, high-value-added, nonpolluting industries. How about that? Let's hear it for tiny, high-value-added Monaco! Here's another interesting fact about Monaco: Its defense is the responsibility of France. It is our guess that, at this very moment, everyone in Monaco is taking German lessons.