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Spend a Night in Uruguay If Argentina isn't foreign enough, take the ferry over to Colonia del Sacramento
Budget TravelTuesday, Oct 24, 2006, 12:00 AMColonia: Uruguay's oldest city, an hour-long ferry ride from B.A. (Roberto Westbrook)Budget Travel LLC, 2016
Getting there: By ferry Buquebus operates the ferries between Buenos Aires and Colonia (011-54/11-4316-6500, buquebus.com). Expect to pay $37 each way for the fast ferry or $19 each way for the three-hour boat. A one-way taxi to the Hipódromo costs about $6.50. Everything else in town can be reached by foot.
From the heights of the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park to the iconic waterfalls, geysers, and hot springs in Yellowstone, we celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service with an epic road trip through Montana and Wyoming. The best part? Thanks to affordable lodging and awesome stops along the way, this incredible vacation is within reach of Budget Travelers.