Hotel Bavaria

Choferes del Chaco, Asuncion, 1010, Paraguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion

Asuncion! Asuncion! Asuncion!

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka


The bus journey to the capital of Paraguay, Asuncion took 26 hours. (So I only have 30 days left of being 24 and one of those days was spent in a bus!) I was a bit apprehensive getting such a long journey on my own but it wasn't that bad. The bus people were really friendly, so maybe I scream vulnerable blonde so people find the need to 'look' after me or they take a shine to my charms I don't know...but I do feel like I got a bit ripped off, other people did pay 65$ for a semi-camo ...

In search of a bargain!

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels


... The shouting and commotion was overwhelming and we paid in US$ in the panic as we had no other cash to hand. We set off on the 6 hour journey to Asuncion, but it was like no other journey we'd had before. The coach was modern and nice and a double decker, but it kept stopping every 20 mins or so to let about 7 people board to offer things to buy. These ranged from logical items for a long bus journey like freshly baked cheese bread rolls and bottles of Coke and ...

Rio to Paraguay

A travel blog entry by rositapracatan


... quite and we decided to go and explore São Paulo! The metro system is really easy to use and it's dirt cheap! But at every stop we got off where there was a point of interest we couldn't find anything! Only to be told later that the stop is actually about half a mile from the stuff to do! São Paulo is a huge city and very confusing! We saw a few bit and pieces there but the bet thing we saw was the cemetery, huge family graves with some amazing ...

Keep Asuncion Weird

A travel blog entry by seanrobfred


... to all cram into one of the girls' car. 2 of the girls in the front, Simone, Kayden, myself and one of the girls on my lap in the back, and Rob and Fred in the boot. I don't remember which side of the road they drive on in Paraguay, but I'm fairly certain it isn't both. A speedy 25 minutes later we arrived at the next bar, and after unloading Rob from the boot, we were ready for more drinking and dancing. After meeting a few ...

Asuncion is the mother of all cities

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


... Jemma sussed out the accommodation side of things whilst Paul strategically planned what route we would take. The days passed quickly without much excitement but we enjoyed having the time to relax and reflect on our thoughts on Paraguay.

As a country it's one of the friendliest we have been to so far; nobody sneered at us when we said we were British, as happened once in Argentina! We also noticed how the whole country seems to be addicted ...

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