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Taking the Bus Home at Night

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91 Days in Savannah, USA

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Our favorite mode of transportation in Buenos Aires is the bus. But we already mentioned that. This weekend, we took a late ride home on the #64, after an evening exploring Palermo Soho. I started taking pictures out the window, to make the time pass faster… and man, did that work! BsAs is interesting enough by day, but at night the city gets even stranger and more wonderful. The following pictures were all taken during that one bus ride home.

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February 27, 2011 at 9:14 pm
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  • February 28, 2011 at 3:49 amKevin Landry

    Is it just me or are the nights in B.A. insanely late? I recall going out to clubs at 4AM. And if I am not mistaken, there are even a few who stay open until about 5PM, how’s that for after hours?


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Taking the Bus Home at Night
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