Crowne Plaza Asuncion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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It was after 8pm and we found out there was 1 bus per day that left for Paraguay and it left at 2am in the morning. There was no-one at the ticket booth so we had no idea if they had space or if it was running. We found a guest house across the road, had a shower and bunkered down for 3hrs sleep. At 2am we turned back up at the bus station. There were a couple of homeless people and that was about it. A few minutes later a big guy with a beer ...
... large stained-glass windows.
Next I headed to Bolsi restaurant, recommended in the guidebook as an Asuncion classic for Paraguayan food as well as American comfort food. I took a seat at the lunch counter. I didn’t expect there to be a menu in English but asked the waitress anyway and sure enough, she found one! I was perplexed at an item that appeared on the menu in four different dishes: surubi. I had no clue what this was. I asked the woman ...
... disused train station and nice park next door. We then took a short walk to the Pantheon building and found a small celebration outside with live guitars and dancing. After a quick loop round we had seen all we had wanted to so went back to sit by the pool for the afternoon. We had seen most of Asuncion in about 2 hours! That evening we heard that there was carnaval in Asuncion and tonight was the last night. We teamed up with a nice Argentinean guy and what we think was ...
... was welcome as it was a scorching day! We saw a fair few wild animals here, snakes, frogs, scary ass birds, big fish, rodents that ate food of people's tables whilst they were eating and guinea pigs! So it was then time to get on another night bus to Paraguay! Where we are as I write this! But that for next time! But let me tell you it's gonna be a good read coz we've already had an awesome time here! Until next time! (I promise I won't leave it as long as well) ...
... with Paraguay, Argentina has check points throughout...well youve made it to Clorinda 11.30ish (arg time). We have a bus leaving at 13.50 the terminal you are now at is not the one where your onward bus will probably leave from. Most if not all of the major buses leave from Av Espania 30mins walk, ask locals, its not too far or Taxi, there is no terminal its a street full of bus company offices. Our bus Espresso Tigre Iguazu ...