Granados Park Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t go in, but you can walk all the way around it.
One place we did find that was pretty cool was just around the corner from our hostel. A huge church, built on top of a hill, looked over the city and down onto the river. It was old and a bit musty, but toally empty and calm. We wre there just as the sun was setting and the glow of the sun through the huge windows was gorgeous.
We were also lucky enough to get into a taxi one day with a driver ...
... being mostly liquid doesn't have enough weight to drop through the hatch and there's no obvious flush to be seen. Someone has left a bottle of bleach in the sink so I throw a bit over my mess. If nothing else the smell is masked, while I open the door and gingerly make it back to my seat. The stench is now at a level that conjurs up three-day old portaloo baking in the sun at a festival. At least it's not as bad as when that baby five rows in front, shat itself. Maybe they'll ...
... Spain was hatched,” according to Other Places. “The house was restored and converted into a museum dedicated to the fathers of Paraguayan independence.”
The old alley adjacent to the house features dozens of plaques commemorating Paraguay’s independence. The nation recently celebrated its bicentennial.
Exited Casa de la Independencia at 4:07 and continued past the Teatro Municipal. Already hungry for a snack after ...
... morning’s before-dawn wake-up to catch my 7:20 a.m. flight. I can’t wait to nap.
My room was ready early at 10:48. I got my dirty clothes together and took them to the nearby lavanderia. Then picked up four empanadas and a soda for lunch from a place at the Mall Excelsior food court across the street from my hotel. My lunch cost G20,000 ($4.26). Back to my room at 11:31 to eat lunch and go online.
Laid down ...
... see and do. Our hostel is right in the centre of it all. One min from the bus station. Two mins to all the markets and shops. Words cannot explain how happy we are to be here in Bolivia! We were so wrecked after four and a half days of bus trips and waiting and epic ****. Got to our room went to dinner all you can eat pasta, we couldn't eat much cause our stomachs have shrunk and had our free beer and headed to bed. Bunking with some Aussie guys who are sweet as. Made us ...