Guarani Esplendor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... not gone that far; yet. It is all doable.
Grateful for my employment over the years, I use the skills daily here in the Center. Grateful for my church callings and the problems and good things people shared with me in those callings. Their wisdom and examples I use daily here.
Grateful that Scott and I had some hard financial times in our early marriage. We ...
60; "We'll just drop you off at the San Lorenzo chapel and you should be able to catch the Colectivo back to Asuncion." 60; Unlike the craziness of daytime Colectivo travel, the scarcity of buses traveling at night is staggeringly contrarian. Those lucky enough to have their particular bus number drop out of the lottery spinner have taken every seat, every standing position and ...
After a few days unwanted relaxing in Filadelfia I finally managed to get all my buses booked and even a hostel in Asuncion as I need to stay for one night.
The bus ride back to the capital of Paraguay was pretty quiet and I arrived just after midnight. I took a taxi to the hostel as I was too scared to take a bus and I didn't know where to go anyway.
I had a conversation with the Spanish speaking driver. He asked me why I'm not married. That was more a conversation where we used ...
... Alex and I booked onto the city tour today - our tour guide was an encyclopedia of knowledge. This tiny little naton has had its fair share of dictators, wars and immigration.
Asuncion was formed in the 1500s with the arrival of the Spanish, who were accepted into the country by the native Guarangi. Due to lots of inter-relations, the modern Paraguaian is mixed - a mixture of Spanish ...
... van was chaotic and getting out and being amongst the market was no different. I wouldn't say people were friendly but then they didn't know English and were just trying to sell us stuff left right and centre, we couldn't stand still for too long at risk of being approached so took cover in a shopping mall which was a bit more low key. Back in the safety of the van we drove back through it. Wow craziness. Next trip is by bus to resistencia then salta before arriving in ...