Don’t get me wrong, I love London, I love cityscapes and both moreso when the sun goes down, however but £70 for the three of us, is nuts, Continue reading London Eye at Dusk
it’s a good job that New York is the city that never sleeps, because we arrive at nearly midnight and we’re hungry and want to explore. First stop after checking in is, naturally the hotel bar – Melissa beer, Verity wine, Andrew … girly pink cosmo cocktail glass … *raises eyebrow*
The nextstop on our City tour is Rio’s Cathedral – some people in our group think it’s ugly, I think it’s magnificent and inspired. It’s inspired by a Mayan temple in it’s shape – inside the god-knows-how-tall stained glass windows are incredible.
I made it to Argentina in one piece although getting out of Buenos Aires airport was a somewhat nerve wracking introduction to the country – meleeous mayhem doesn’t come close to describing it, but I finally found the driver due to pick me up from the airport … so glad I organised that!
I have to admit I was so scared to explore BA after all the warning-stories of crime that I barely ventured out from the hotel until I met the group in the evening. I did however make it as far as Casa Rosada the Parliament Building (also where Evita was film).
I seriously regret not exploring BA more, it’s got so many interesting places ~ next time, Buenos Aires, next time, now that I’m no longer scared.
It’s the end if my big US adventure Boston > Maine > New Hampshire > DC > Virginia > Boston. It’s been a brilliant two weeks, I’ve loved it all. Even the 12hr drives, they were all part of a great holiday. I’ve loved spending time with my brother and Melissa.
But now I’m being driven to the airport and tears are welling up. The sun is setting over Boston and on my big US Adventure. We all vow to see each other again soon. And then the tears flow.