Apart Hotel Rivera

Presidente Franco 261, Asuncion, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Presidente Franco 261, Asuncion, is near La Santisima Trinidad de Parana, Gran Hotel del Paraguay, Casa Viola, and Parque de Museo de Historia Natural.
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion

We're in Paraguay!

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Sep 18, 2014

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... Alex and I booked onto the city tour today - our tour guide was an encyclopedia of knowledge. This tiny little naton has had its fair share of dictators, wars and immigration.

Asuncion was formed in the 1500s with the arrival of the Spanish, who were accepted into the country by the native Guarangi. Due to lots of inter-relations, the modern Paraguaian is mixed - a mixture of Spanish ...

Getting to Know Paraguay

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 26, 2014

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... truly comfortable, despite the mosquitos and the heat and humidity, interrupted only by frequent violent thunderstorms.

*** Incidentally, including these two dental appointments required to both take the impression and to collect the night guard, we have six dental visits this year in Latin America under our belts. Our grand total bill has now reached a whopping $128.19, and never was there ANY paperwork, not even to write our first names, unless I asked for a receipt. Interesting. ...

Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 30, 2014

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... fire that burnt to death three quarters of the boys.The prisoners were taken to the church which I was now standing in front of,thrown in with the wounded and the sick and they set it alight.It is said that the screams of the boys,high pitched could be heard up to a mile away and they all perished in the worst of deaths.The church was later rebuilt and now stands as a memorial to that insane war.Leaving the site I felt a little grim I have to say and it seemed that the weather ...

Asuncion! Asuncion! Asuncion!

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 21, 2013

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... no mans land. I got told in Paraguay that many people from Paraguay travel through Argentina instead because its soo dangerous. But I survived and everyone was nice, I don't know what the fuss was. So on entering Asuncion the weather was miserable in the afternoon because it rained and it was so humid. But I like the humidity because the weather before Santa Cruz was a little cold in comparison. It also took me a whole 24 hours to get my head around the currency here ...

In search of a bargain!

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Feb 28, 2013

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... The shouting and commotion was overwhelming and we paid in US$ in the panic as we had no other cash to hand. We set off on the 6 hour journey to Asuncion, but it was like no other journey we'd had before. The coach was modern and nice and a double decker, but it kept stopping every 20 mins or so to let about 7 people board to offer things to buy. These ranged from logical items for a long bus journey like freshly baked cheese bread rolls and bottles of Coke and ...

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