Aparthotel Porta Westfalica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... It declared itself independent from the Spanish in 1811, in the Pink Palace. Then in the late 1800s, Paraguay was left to defend itself against Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay in the Trination war, which is reported to have left Paraguay with as few as 200,000 sole survivors (80% of them were women). The reason for this war is still unknown. The Brazilian side of the story is 'classified' ...
Stephen and Jessica are a Californian couple who we met on the M/V Ushuaia and currently reside in Asuncion with their two kids, Devin and Daisy. Very kindly they had offered to put us up. In true American fashion, we began our stay with a McDonald's drive-thru and then found ourselves watching the Champion's League Final in T.G.I. Friday's with half of the US Embassy a couple of days later. After the game ...
... too as the dark clouds closed in and the rain came down.
I was glad to be heading off,this time continuing our journey North West for about 20km,we were still on elevated ground and climbing and out of the tree line we came to a somewhat livelier town called Caacupe a major site of pilgrimage and he stands proudly a rather large late 18Th century Cathedral made in the style of the Basilica in the Vatican.Caacupe is Paraguay's most important site of pilgrimage drawing in over ...
... ends in mil which is a thousand and not a million...I still don't know how to pronounce the currency and it took me a week to learn to say Asuncion properly too. Paraguayans also speak really fast and the Spanish isn't as clear so I'm struggling to understand them here. I decided to explore the town after spending the whole morning calling natwest and travelex about my money. (I lost my debit card in Bolivia and decided I'm leaving natwest when I get home, unhelpful.) As I got ...
... to the ridiculous including a woman with pairs of socks, phone chargers, handkerchiefs. You could literally do your Christmas shopping on this bus journey!! Anyways, for fear of rambling we arrived in Asuncion bus terminal and I set about inquiring about price of a ticket to Buenos Aires in a few days time. Turns out the prices weren't quite as cheap, but still we saved a little. We caught a local bus to the centre where our hostel was and again were surprised at how ...