Bourbon Conmebol Assuncao Convention Hotel
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... artists.One wall was dedicate to Stroessner and his cronies and former German Officers.The place had many nooks and corners and you could feel the political intrigue hanging in the air from those times past.The gardens were secretive and silent and mixed with the view of the lake they had an all together sultry,sexy and dangerous feel,one could imagine the deals that were made on tucked away benches and the mistresses seduced at the end of the tiny pier in the sunset. A ...
... things to me in Spanish but now I was not understanding what he was talking about and told him so. Realizing I did not speak Spanish, he led me into the second room, "The History of State Terrorism" and then excused himself.
After he left, I made my way through the various rooms: “Paraguay: Dictatorship 1954-89;” “The Organization of State Terrorism;” “Arresting & Kidnapping Operations & Daily Life;” ...
... be prepared that this entry isn't going to delve deeply into the sights, sounds and smells of Asuncion. A quick history lesson, Tasha pointed out that Paraguay was once the most powerful country of all the Americas. The British built South America's first railway system there and it was the promised land for many Germans, Canadians and Russians a couple of decades ago. However, Paraguay got too big for it's boots and conflicted with the big boys; ...
... in the northern regions. It was the first country in South America to install a railway network (now defunct). It has the largest navy of all landlocked countries in the world and is the only officially bilingual country in South America....yes, Paraguay is amazing. I rolled over the border last Friday, passing with ease through the 3 compulsory checks and completed my 16 hour journey from Salta to Asuncion. My dear friend Coto was there to pick me up ...
... breakfast as I was starving and had another 3 hour layover. São Paulo airport was much busier but as it was still very early in the morning everyone was very sleepy and quiet. Boarding the third flight to Asuncion in Paraguay took a very long time but eventually everyone was on it. I was sat next to a big Brazilian guy, who could barely fit in his seat, and was called Herbert. The flight to Paraguay was 2 hours long and meant I ...