By Coach Across ArgentinaPeter Orosz1/12/11 1:45pmFiled to: BuslopnikArgentinagreyhoundcoachArgentina Coach100EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkLong distance bus travel is nothing new but the Argentines have taken it to its most opulent extreme. Combine business class airplane seats with a vast landscape at 55 mph and you get Argentina's stunning pullmans.In the summer of 1998, I traveled across 5,000 miles of continental United States by Greyhound, in a large triangle with Washington, D.C., Dallas, and Rapid City, S.D., at its corners. It was huge fun for a seventeen-year-old with little money but ample weeks between high school and university, and it was also a great way to see America in a way I had never thought I’d see it. It was also not a particularly comfortable way to travel, at times downright frightening. Back in DC after three weeks, I concluded that it’d been a wonderful trip but that next time I’d perhaps opt for airplanes (little did I know that next time would be in a yellow Chevrolet Camaro with Messrs. Wert and Krewson for company).