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We trucked out to the dam that everybody talks about. On the drive we got to hear Edson's views on hand-chopping and castration as means of curtailing crime. Grandpa Hartry came to mind. The theater where they showed the introductory film was not actually at the dam, but wherever the entrance was instead. It was an amusing film…well-done, but …
... which rattled the shutters. It sounded like an explosion and was followed by a series of others. The city was being engulfed by a severe thunder storm. The rain lashed down and the sky was filled with rapid flashes of sheet lightning, which gave an eerie strobe lighting effect. The next day the owners wife confessed she too had woken up thinking it was an explosion! It's certainly the loudest we've ever experienced.......and we live in Wales!! The following day ...
... at Casa Clari, a small cafe inside the center. Ate two beef empanadas and drank a Coke. My tab came to G21,000 ($4.47).
After lunch I visited the Museo de la Ciudad, a small museum providing exhibits on the history of Asuncion. I then left Manzana de La Rivera and walked to Casa de la Independencia, entering at 3:46.
“It is from this very house, one of the few remaining colonial houses of Asuncion, that the plan to declare ...
... would have saved me a great deal of aggravation tonight.
The game was a total rout as the Broncos lost their record-high fifth Super Bowl. I’m happy to see Seattle win its first Super Bowl in a 43-8 blowout. The Super Bowl ended about midnight, after which I went online, got ready for bed, and checked e-mail and Facebook.
Browsed my Paraguay guidebook and began formulating my plan for tomorrow, my first weekday here in Asuncion. Bed at 2:21 a.m.
... Colony. Although a city, Filadelfia consists of a population of around 4,000. Imagine driving through dense shrub land and swamps for hours and then suddenly coming across a city with a large supermarket, department store, hospital, museums, bus stations, every modern amenity, in e middle of nowhere and you've thought of Filadelfia. In 1930 the city was founded by Russian Mennonites who fled from the Soviet Union. Incredibly the Mennonites not only survived this harsh landscape ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool