We’ve arrived at our hotel in Mexico City. The staff here speak little or no English, so it’s been a bit of a challenge, but we’ve gotten by. We’re heading out again shortly.
We’ve checked into our hotel in Colonia del Sacramento. We’re on our way out to explore the historic city and, with a bit of luck, figure out how to get to our next destination.
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
I’m in Amsterdam, and I’m camping once again. I arrived Saturday night very late, so I had to spend one night in a hotel, but I’ll spend three nights at the campground. The campground is just three bus stops from the central train station, so it’s in a really great location.
Anticipation was the key word of the afternoon. After waiting for over an hour at Angelina’s, I realized that I either had the wrong place or Kirsten was not coming. I decided therefore to find her hotel, Hôtel MacMahon, suspecting that she might eventually end up there. To find the hotel I bought a good … Continue reading An afternoon of anticipation walking around Paris
I arrived in Paris early this morning at Charles de Gaulle airport to find a temperature in the low 70’s, drizzling rain, and overcast skies. Passport control would have been a snap, but I filled out my tourist card with the point of disembarkation rather than the point of embarkation. Two of my biggest fears … Continue reading Early morning arrival at Charles de Gaulle, Paris