Bourbon Conmebol Assuncao Convention Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... with rice and a cake. It doesn't sound much but it tasted pretty good and we were grateful of the free food! We settled down to dinner whilst they played 'Fast & Furious - Tokyo Drift' on the TVs in Spanish.
So, that was our short trip to Paraguay! Not much of a city, but a few experiences along the way! Next stop: Buenos Aires. A city of steak, tango and more steak! Kirsty will fill you all in of our adventures!
Take care everyone!
... going to be some sort of unrest in Asuncion, particularly as the man who died, Lino Oviedo, was clearly an interesting character - he had been involved in an attempted coup dŽetat as far back as 1996. Fortunately, nothing happened, but it's interesting to see how keeping tabs on what's going on around you can be pretty important.
We headed to the bus stop the next morning pleased we had visited, but happy in our decision not to stay another night.
Next stop - ...
... enough but we just couldn't find anything. We couldn't even find a map. Anywhere. Every street seemed to have nothing on it. We saw a lot of petrol stations mind. Exciting stuff. We did manage to find the financial district with all it's fancy sky scrapers but that's all. I'm sure if you live there or know someone who lives there it's a different story. It was also really hot and muggy. By the last day we couldn't be bothered with being lost and hot and trying ...
(sorry for bad spelling and grammar..mother has pulled me up on it) So this trip is all about experiencing new things, today I had a few new things...trip on motorbike, sitting in the back (outside) of the truck, eating some Paraguayan food, learning Spanish! All brill brill brill!! This morning we got something things for the kids clubs-presents to give out, as on children's day ...
... discount. When asking around the hostel in Brazil for info about Paraguay one guy said that he had his iPhone stolen so he headed over to CDE to get a new one. He ran into a dude who had a trench coat stocked with phones and soon recognized that his phone, not just the same model, was in the stockpile. The man graciously offered to let him buy it back for $75. Although it was an experience in itself to just wander the sprawling and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility