Guarani Esplendor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... day and the two main political parties in Paraguay have two separate offical stories about it...Who knows??? Small populations of Europeans and Arabs immigrated here shortly after the 1st world war and the country has moved from dictator-coup d'etap-dictator ever since.
We've thoroughly enjoyed it though. The people are joyous and very pleasant to be about. They clearly don't see ...
... Jimmy and Will, Sam's friends also traveling within South America, for a few (and a few more) beers in Kilkenny's Irish Pub, an amusing evening.
Asuncion is a contrast of colonial buildings and shady plazas with smart suburbs and ritzy shopping malls. It was here that Paraguay became the first country on the continent to declare its independence in 1811. The city also saw the British ...
... too as the dark clouds closed in and the rain came down.
I was glad to be heading off,this time continuing our journey North West for about 20km,we were still on elevated ground and climbing and out of the tree line we came to a somewhat livelier town called Caacupe a major site of pilgrimage and he stands proudly a rather large late 18Th century Cathedral made in the style of the Basilica in the Vatican.Caacupe is Paraguay's most important site of pilgrimage drawing in over ...
... Puerto Iguazu to Paraguay. The bus goes back through Brazil and then over the border to Paraguay. We got stamped out of Argentina and then the bus goes through Brazil without stopping. As we entered Paraguay the change was incredible. It was like entering a third world country just by crossing a bridge. Ciudad del Este in Paraguay was packed full of people and cars everywhere full of Brazilians and Argentineans popping over to buy cheap stuff. We noticed that the bus ...
... niet om dit dorp te bezoeken, maar omwille van de nabijgelegen Jezu´etenru´nes van Trinidad. De Jezu´eten begonnen in 1609 met het bouwen van hun missie hier en bleven hier gedurende 150 jaar. In het noorden van ArgentiniŰ bevinden zich eveneens enkele noemenswaardige ru´nes, maar we kozen voor deze in Paraguay omwille van hun niet-toeristisch karakter en het feit dat deze ru´nes als ÚÚn van de meest impressionante religieuze bouwwerken aanzien wordt. We bezochten ...