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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... one of South America's first railway lines (Asuncion - Encarnacion). The most impressive building is the pink Palacio Lopez with its mirrored facade reflecting the nearby slums along the bank of the river.
Stephen and Jessica treated us to a fantastic meal at Paulista Grill, an all-you-can-eat 'churrasqueria' (Brazilian steak house). It was difficult to say 'no gracias' to the constant flow ...
... 8217;s living room. Annoyed and perplexed at the denial, I went next door to Casa Juliana, where I found a small Casio camera for $95. But again my card was rejected. ARGH!!! I’m sick of having so many problems on this trip!!!
I went across the street to a telephone center. I tried to explain to the woman working there that I needed to make a collect call to the United States. But there was a major language barrier. She seemed to ...
... Like the presidential palace, Museo del Cabildo was glowing in a brilliant pink color as the evening sun lit it up.
Asuncion is full of plazas and the next one was just across the street: Independence Plaza. I reached this plaza at 6:17, culminating my walk around many of the major sights. From Independence Plaza, I strolled 13 minutes back to my hotel room.
Changed into my swimsuit and went downstairs for a dip in the pool, which felt ...
... shift. They're looking to implement new systems of planning, assessment and evaluative practice. My challenge then is to be part of that change, and work to use any relevant skills and training I have to further the process.
Now the bad news...
My knee which has been affecting me since Santiago, has continued to be a source of worry for me in Paraguay. I'm increasingly certain that it will need a consultation, scan and possibly even another operation. I had wrestled with ...
... festival, but when we arrived we found out that the festival did not start until the next day. Regardless, there were still a few stands set up and a variety of delicious treats to try including strawberry tarts, empanadas, jams and liquors. Areguá is a beautiful little town and is well known for its pottery and artisanal crafts. After our few relaxing days in Asunción, we returned to our site revitalized and ready to continue working hard with our ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center