Crowne Plaza Asuncion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... developments are new and made from concrete (at least where we went), it was refreshing to be surrounded by historical and beautiful buildings. At one point we wandered into what seemed like a normal chemists to buy shampoo, only to find that through the back was a huge pharmacy left as it had been a century ago, complete with jars of pills and old iron scales. Add to that a distinct lack of the high fences and barbed wire we saw so much of in Brazil. We felt more ...
... of the Peruvian Under-18 football team get our passports stamped the sun is beginning to rise.
Now, what the book also says is, the Trans Chaco highway, (that leads out of Paraguay), is paved up until the Bolivian border and is only a couple of hours away. This is utter bollocks. The road is ******. I mean so bad, we actually come across a lorry that's just overturned. On some sections we're probably only doing 5km/h and even have to stop to consider our way around ...
... we got woken up at the boarder and had to get our passport stamps. Got told to go in the house near the station where we found out that we hadn't got our entry stamps into the country. Because of this we had to pay a fee but we had no money. So the officer took our passports, told us to get our gear off the bus and then detained us at the boarder. The time was 3am and We had to wait till sunrise to get cash out, sun came up we got the cash, got our passports stamped and ...
After a wander round town looking in random shop windows and trying to decipher Paraguayan graffiti we came across their Indepencia Plaza, celebrating 200 years of their independence since 1811, the first country in South America to declare itself as such. Next to the plaza was the Cabildo (a sort of town hall), and this one contained a great little art museum which also celebrated some of the more famous musicians of Paraguay (no, we hadnīt heard of any of ...
... were itching to do some exploring so went straight to bed. Waking hungrily 5 hours later, we finally emerged from our hostel to go withdraw some cash and have lunch. After skillfully finding a McDonald's, we returned to the hostel satisfied, although something seemed to be annoying Fred. Maybe it was the 35 degree heat, maybe he was disappointed with his choice of McFlurry, or maybe it was losing well over Ģ100 due to an ATM ...