Hotel Bavaria

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

Californication in Paraguay's capital...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... 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 ...

Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... people on the 6Th of December,which commemorates the day of the Madonnas ascension. this being a Sunday it was extremely busy,the Franciscan Church had just finished mass and as I walked in the sun was causing the floor to reflect many different colours and I turned to see a beautiful stained glass window taking up the high vaulted wall at the back of the church.Many people were prostrated on their knees their hands clasped as they made their way knee by knee to the ...

Asuncion! Asuncion! Asuncion!

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka


... and welcoming. That night there was a 'famous' Brazilian dj playing at the bar La Cachamba next to my hostel. My hostel is pretty fun because its set at an old train station. So the surrounding area has train tracks which are unused and lots of empty rustic trains. Reminds me of the train graveyard in Salar. The bar is soo cool, set outside on a train carriage and the surrounding area. Here I tried such good mojitos called mojitos guarani which is with lemongrass rather then ...

4 Flights, 3 Countries, 1 Destination

A travel blog entry by

To get from Salvador to Bolivia had proved to be a rather complicated and expensive project when I was trying to organise it. Rather than taking a bus I decided I wanted to fly to shorten the journey. In the end I was booked on to 4 flights in 13 hours with 3 connections. It sounds bad but the alternatives were days on buses or longer flights that were more expensive! I left my hostel at 9.15pm to head to Salvador airport. It takes a while to get ...

Jesuits and Dictators

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant


... down by various dictators. A big change from Chile, Argentina and Uruguay. The most interesting and moving monument is the Pantheon of Heroes, modelled on the Pantheon in Paris, which is the tomb of the unknown soldier. The most unusual sight was the remains of the statue of the former President which has been comprehensibly destroyed as a reminder to all as to what can happen when you fall out of favour. Next back to ...

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