A few hours short of seventeen days, and we’re back in our own home. A cold beer has been cracked, a first load of laundry has been started, and our bed is waiting.
We’ve finally boarded the ferry. It’s late, naturally. We chose a different company this time, and it’s a much nicer vessel.
After the all-afternoon struggle to buy ferry tickets in Uruguay a few days ago, we decided to show up at the terminal in Buenos Aires two hours before the 12:30 pm sailing, without a reservation, and hope for the best. Good call on our part. Fifteen minutes later we had our boarding passes and had … Continue reading Last meal in Argentina
In my post from earlier today, I mentioned how getting from Parque 3 de Febrero to the Basilica of the Most Holy Sacrament was a story in itself. While in the park, we had reached a point where we weren’t excited about retracing the entire day’s steps and then continuing on in the other direction. … Continue reading Riding without tickets in Buenos Aires
As was the case in Montevideo, we discovered quickly two nights was not enough, so we’ve extended our stay in Buenos Aires through tomorrow. However, we woke up this morning to steady rain, so a long walk like yesterday is not likely. We’ve decided to take in one or more of the city’s hundreds of … Continue reading Photographs from yesterday in Buenos Aires, Argentina
We’ve just finished a long breakfast at our hotel in Buenos Aires. The ferry from Colonia del Sacramento was a much smaller vessel than I expected. Luckily I didn’t get seasick; I’ve had issues in the past, though usually on slower moving boats. The arrival at the port yesterday afternoon was a bit aggravating. Buenos … Continue reading After the ferry from Uruguay, first morning in Buenos Aires
We’re having lunch at the bus terminal in Montevideo, Uruguay, waiting for a bus to Colonia del Sacramento, which will transfer us to a high-speed ferry to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Buying the ferry tickets online was a challenge I found far too overwhelming. Even when I could read the website, I’d get through all the … Continue reading Taking the bus-ferry combo from Montevideo to Buenos Aires