Hotel Maison suisse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... ran out of water occasionally. It was not a good thing. It meant that until the pain of not having water left mom, we were rationed more. Most weekends here we run out of water in our building and consistently each early evening. We just go with the flow, so to speak. Last weekend we were a day without water.
Growing up we had neighbors that lived in a dugout. They ...
... emphatic 'yes' and added, "There is nothing in this world better than the gift that God has given to men: of having a woman to spend his life with." Couldn't agree more brother. Couldn't agree more. Anyway, we needed to exchange some dollars for guaranis. We went to the 'change house.' Not the temple money changers, of course, though I'm sure they could have lent significant 'help' in that occasion as there were two guards ...
... Gran Chaco. Although the Chaco represents 60% of Paraguayan territory only 3% of the population live there. It encompasses two distinct regions - the flooded palm savannahs of the Humid Chaco (the first 350km west of Asuncion) and the spiny forests of the Dry Chaco (the rest). Supposedly the Paraguayan side of the Gran Chaco is paved but you wouldn't know it, as we spent hours on one single ...
... on Av. Mcal Lopez, Cathedral de Asuncion, and Palacio de Lopez (serves workplace for the president of Paraguay).
my legs exhausted and back to my hostel. Having the tiny pool. In the Aqua really cold but perfect for me to go in. Stayed there for almost an hour.
As at hostel, ordered Lomito Canadiense look at the photo what i
It was sad to leave the Sheraton early doors but exciting to go into the next adventure. Our tour guide picked us up to go across the boarder to the Brazilian side of Iguazu falls. Brazil observations: Motor bike taxis everywhere driving towards oncoming traffic, people, markets a lot going on! Anyway we arrived at the National Park and this side you get panoramic views of the whole thing rather than being in amongst them. Definitely recommend seeing both sides if you can, ...