Granados Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... over zealous. We were a little bit worried as we hadn’t stopped at immigration so we thought we might be in Paraguay illegally but no-one of the bus really seemed to know what was going on. The road was horrendous, deep sand, huge potholes, dry rivers to cross and constant clouds of sand and dusk. The area is called the Chaco and it is a spiny wildness, inhospitable to humans and animals. There are some indigenous people who live there ...
... contains a whopping two tracks!
The station opened in 1861. The museum features an old dining car, locomotive, and the car used by Paraguayan presidents to travel around the country. There’s also a archive of railroad records where you can thumb threw thousands of employee files, engineering documents, and various other papers. A telegraph used to transmit messages among the stations, typewriters, bells, and other odds and ends are also displayed. A ...
... over the last decade, according to the United Nations. … Paraguay is a landlocked nation about the size of California, sandwiched between southern Brazil and northern Argentina, with a population of 6.5 million.”
La Chacarita sits on the slopes leaning down toward the Paraguay River’s Asuncion Bay. The shantytown is prone to flooding, explaining why this land so close to the seats of Paraguay’s executive and legislative branches ...
... red, donning a big white beard knocked on the door, making his annual appearance. 'Santa' possessed a list of all the children living in the house, which detailed their behaviour over the past twelve months. His sack contained gifts, do be hand delivered to each child, beginning with the youngest. With the crowd enraptured, the family listened intently to what the bearded visitor had to say. Soon after Santa's departure, Rasmus' father returns, dressed ...
... on. We still had no passports, but the bus driver came round handing them out and we were on our way again. PHEW. That evening we awaited our dinner that was included, but nothing came. We tucked into our supplies instead and endured a few police checkpoints where they boarded the bus and picked two people at "random" to search (the Indian guy and the chav kid). Just then the driver came upstairs and to our delight we saw he had food trays! The meal was cold ...