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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cecilia Asuncion
Travel Blogs from Asuncion
... bars and stuff with loads of funny little quotes and tat all over the walls, and the food was actually incredible as well - had some tapas to start and one of the guys really likes his weird food (he'd bought some chicken hearts to have on the BBQ a few nights before) so we had a plate of lambs tongue, not sure I'd choose to have it again but nice to try something different!
Again the struggle to wake up early to catch the 8am bus ...
... out into the city and found it to be in varying states of decay with the occasional new modern building. The traffic was heavy and we just arrived at the bus terminal with 5 minutes to spare and waited anxiously as the lady at the booth took a deliberately leisurely approach to issuing our tickets. As the bus engine revved we jumped aboard and were off on a 6 hour cross country trek to Ciudad del Este. The bus was modern, the roads were good and there was a toilet! ...
... seen a previous attempt before the first world war by an anti-Semite called Bernhardt Vorster who was married to the sister of Friedrich Nietzsche the prominent philosopher.but it didn't work and Bernhardt was so upset he poisoned himself.I felt honored to see his grave,the one I mentioned at the start of the chapter,what can one say about a German anti-Semite trying to create an Aryan race who commits suicide by poisoning himself? I looked at the tomb stone and walked off. ...
So this morning we were subjected to a 3 hour tour of asuncion. It was paid for by tucan but most of us wished we hadn't bothered. It was supposed to be three hours but ended up going over by 40 minutes. It was supposed to be in a bus but it turned out the first bit was walking. The walking bit was supposed to be one hour but turned out to be two. On top of all that, there really ...
... on. We still had no passports, but the bus driver came round handing them out and we were on our way again. PHEW. That evening we awaited our dinner that was included, but nothing came. We tucked into our supplies instead and endured a few police checkpoints where they boarded the bus and picked two people at "random" to search (the Indian guy and the chav kid). Just then the driver came upstairs and to our delight we saw he had food trays! The meal was cold ...