Guarani Esplendor Hotel

Asuncion, Paraguay | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Asuncion

    Getting to Know Paraguay

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Jun 26, 2014

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    Lori: For the last four nights, we have stayed in El Nůmada Hostel in Asuncion, Paraguay's capital city. These days have flown by and we have thoroughly enjoyed each one of them. We spent one full day here exploring the central portion of this laid back city, accomplished via a self-guided walking tour, passing by all of the major government and otherwise notable buildings including the Iglesia Catedral, Casa de la Independencia where the independence documents ...

    Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... as I was introduced to the Paraguay of the modern era between 1954-1989,or more precisely the dictatorship of President Alfredo Stroessner. I was also going to learn about some horrific details about the Triple Alliance War.
    The first couple of stops though were a little more on the tame side.Manuel's English was technically more adept than Cesar's and he was able to fill in a lot of detail which Cesar just did not have the vocabulary for and I was keen to take advantage of ...

    Fabian, Football and IGUAZU FALLS

    A travel blog entry by muchachasontour on Mar 11, 2014

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    Nadia had called it before we got off the bus; it was very humid. We instantly became millionaires in the local currency, and celebrated by getting the local bus to the hotel. We liked the breakfast so much that we ended up staying four nights.

    We were lucky enough to meet a Paraguayan receptionist in our Buenos Aires hostel; Fabian just so happened to be on holiday in Asuncion and so offered to show us around. He introduced us to Terere, a cold ...

    On The Buses(Part I)

    A travel blog entry by frazzle on Jan 16, 2013


    Having made a couple of short bus journeys already we made our way to Rosario bus station a couple of nights ago for the trip to Asuncion.Bus stations it would seem in South America are THE transport hub in all cities due to the complete lack of trains and the high cost of flying for the average working person.So you have a huge amount of people carrying large quantities of luggage,kids running amok ...

    Rio to Paraguay

    A travel blog entry by rositapracatan on Nov 06, 2012

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    ... sight they were! And we got very wet! The next day we went to see the Itaipu dam! Not quite as breath taking as the falls and I think both me and Rose had very mixed feelings about them! They were built on indigenous land and destroyed a lot of wildlife and apparently some falls to give Iguazú a run for their money! The next day it was time to go to the Argentinian side of the falls. This was a more close up view of them and again we got very wet but ...