We were able to get a steal on luxury bus tickets from Iguazu to Buenos Aires--cama bus (bed bus) for less than the price of a regular (non-reclining seat) bus. The only catch was that we had to rush back from the Brazilian side of the Falls in order to board the bus at 2 in the afternoon. The price of the ticket included dinner at the bus company's private restaurant, complete with a 3 course meal and servers in tuxedos!
The seats on "camabuses" are wider and recline more than regular bus seats.
Complimentary champagne and cookie (with headphones plugged into the audio for the movie)
Brekky the next morning
Museo de Arte Tigre
Josh cooking steak
Josh with our wonderful host, Anne
Waiting in line for the "Buenos Aires Bus" city tour
Josh listening to our audio bus tour
Balcony of La Casa Rosada, where the Perons gave their speeches
Floralis Generica, a giant metal flower sculpture that opens in the day and closes at night
The Botanical Gardens
Buenos Aires has a lot of dog-walkers
The Evita Museum
and others in the Recoleta Cemetery
Making Japanese dinner for Anne's family