This might sound trite - it probably is, but I seldom claim to be profound.
We're driving from southern France to northern Italy at the end of the month and will be passing close to Monaco. Now my g/f who is a bit youmger than me, has visited more countries than her age, but I'm older than countries visited. How easy will it be to pop in to Monaco, park, maybe buy some lunch and then continue our journey - just so that we can say we've been there?
Any useful hints or tips (other than "stop pursuing pointless, meaningless results")?
It will be my fourth new country this year, but next year I've only got two new ones lined up, so I'll need some acceleration to keep on target. I seem to be aging very quickly.
Does Jersey count as a country?