Aparthotel Porta Westfalica
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... dress and the army doing marches we watched it for a while before going into the Pantheon of the heroes of Paraguay. We had a nice local lunch of fried fish from the river before heading out to the suburbs to see the Museo del Barrio which was completely mental. The modern artists of Paraguay are up there with some of the craziest in the world. We reckon they were probably all on a mixture of crack, LSD and coca leaves. It was ...
... and those that did not comply with the party line were virtually blacklisted from employment opportunities, and, in many cases, forced into exile,” according to Other Places. “Freedom of the press was almost unheard of. Although not as high profile was the human-rights abuses of the Chilean and Argentine dictatorships during that time, the Stroessner regime was almost as brutally repressive. Anyone suspected of attempting to undermine his rule was brought ...
... from my hotel to the four adjacent squares that make up Asuncion’s central plaza. They are Democracy Plaza, Heroes Plaza, Liberty Plaza, and Juan O’Leary Plaza. It’s a beautiful sunny day today but extremely hot. Today’s high of 104º was recorded at 3 p.m.
I saw (from the outside) the Panteon de los Heroes, an Asuncion landmark. The domed temple houses the remains of several important figures of Paraguay’s history. I ...
... vulture eyes, we did manage to sneak a peek in the Museum of Culture. A Christmas theme adorned it's many rooms, with a multitude of nativity scenes specific to a variety of world nations. I think we have a few pictures and that pretty much sums up our sight seeing. It was...different. It came to be a blessing that there were others at our hostel who equally unprepared for Christmas in South America's forgotten country. With the festive period shutting ...
... schools for pizza and Ale. It was interesting to hear their experiences and meetings and visits were arranged I between slices. We continued our evening at the Brittania Pub, a mainstay of the city centre night scene and were amazed to come across two saf' landaners' who install printing equipment for a living. It just so happens though, that the equipment their trained to install, is very rare and popular all over the world. So they were here spending ...