Buenos Aires Fly By
After about twenty-four hours in transit from North to South America, we arrived at our hotel in Buenos Aires. We wasted no time making plans for our trip to the coast tomorrow. We walked about a half-hour to the bus station to purchase tickets for our trip to Villa Gesell on the Atlantic. Along the way to and from the station, I was able to make a few “grab shots” as the warm summer light was fading. The energy and old world ambience of this city impressed me, I even like the "scruffy around the edges" look. This city doesn't seems to be putting on airs at all. Tomorrow we leave at 10:00 AM, it’s late now, I have many thoughts and impressions from the day, but no ambition to set them down right now, sleep is more the imperative. A few pictures will have to do:
I like he Evita image
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