Crowne Plaza Asuncion Hotel

Cerro Cora 939, Asuncion, No postal , Paraguay | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Cerro Cora 939, Asuncion, is near Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), La Santisima Trinidad de Parana, Casa de los Diputados, and Casa Viola.
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    Travel Blogs from Asuncion

    Asuncion Day #4 -- Prison, Trains, & Surubi

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 04, 2014

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    ... blog. By this time it was already 10:05. I guess I better head to dinner! I selected Bar San Roque, one of Asuncion’s oldest restaurants and “a favorite hangout of the city’s cultural elite for many decades,” according to Other Places. “The tiled floors, dark wood, marble top bar, and bow-tied waiters create an ambience reminiscent of a bygone era.”

    On my way to Bar San Roque, I walked through Heroes Plaza, where the ...

    Week 3 - Paraguay

    A travel blog entry by katie.nellie on Feb 24, 2013

    7 photos

    ... cheap electronics and has a casino. Having no need for either we thought our time would be better spent elsewhere.

    We boarded a bus headed west to Asuncion and relaxed awaiting a peaceful 6 hour journey. That was not to be. For the first hour the bus crawled through the outskirts of the city, sitting on the left hand side we were really confused and wondered if the bus was broken. We later discovered that this is standard practice as the bus stops to pick up passengers not ...

    Travel day - fairly boring, I won't lie!

    A travel blog entry by thieringsabroad on Oct 13, 2012

    4 photos

    Well, we woke up as we were arriving in Asuncion and hopped off the bus with our bags. There was a bus leaving for Formosa, on the Argentine side shortly after, so we bought the tickets and were on the road again. It is quite frequent for street vendors to jump on the bus and walk around offering anything ranging from newspapers, to baked goods to sandwiches. So we got a couple of what looked like doughnuts from a lady, but they were clearly a local speciality, ...

    Almost to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by kelgreen on Apr 20, 2012

    ... thought was, but why? Surely people want at least some of the benefits of a first world country if they have the choice. Many of the buildings look very old and regal, as if there was, at one point, a lot of money in this country. But every single building I drove past was run down and dilapidated, as if one day, all that money just disappeared.

    When I got money out of the ATM I realised why someone might move their life here. One US Dollar is worth ...

    Unknown Asuncion *

    A travel blog entry by jonnyscottblair on Oct 03, 2011

    ... br>

    was a tad sad to see, but was another glimpse of raw Paraguayan life
    which is important to take in. When you see it, you don't hesitate to
    feel sorry or wish a better ...