Crowne Plaza Asuncion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with our new-found wheels, we went in search of some items to finish off our apartment. Multi-story chrome, glass and automated inclined walkways. With prices that reflected prosperity.
I couldn't help but feel that I was being disloyal, unfaithful somehow---to my ...
... the clouds roll in during the afternoon and pretty soon you can hear the sounds of large raindrops hitting the windows. Then all at once it is a pounding of water. It is a beckoning kind of rain, the kind that makes you feel young and begs for you to run through it. The ground dries so quickly after the torrents.
We went to a church Sunday out in the country. The churches only have air conditioning in the chapels. While ...
... places. They bring their entire families and stay at this hostel for $2 per day. Something of the same quality in town would run about $80 USD per night. The temple is only open certain times, but the people stay all week to attend as many times as they can. The people are so beautiful. The President called those who come to visit, pioneers. I thought from reading about the people on the internet that my hair may not stand out much. I was ...
... It's a pretty city that isn't very big but has a beautiful beach. If you know where Paraguay is in the world you may wonder how a landlocked country can have a beautiful beach. Well they've built one on the river! It's great - Golden sand, beach bars, no waves and no salt water makes it great for swimming and instead of looking out at the boring horizon all day you get to look at Argentina! And when the sun goes down, the sunset is fantastic .
... countries, your visa (Brazil) or "reciprocity fee" (Argentina) is valid for 10 years. Not that I anticipate returning to Paraguay anytime soon, but three months is not a long period of validity for a visa that costs a steep $160!
Visa in my passport, I used an ATM to withdraw 1 million guaranis ($213) and was incensed when my receipt indicated a G25,000 ($5.32) fee had been charged to my account without being disclosed. That’s the first time in all my ...