Portal Del Sol
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPortal Del Sol Asuncion
Nice clean Hotel with Pool but far from the Centro, great Breakfast Buffet, beautiful small garden and nice rooms. In my time the Wifi wasn't great but I think things have changed in South America as well for high tech, the demand is to big to ignored. Nearby there is also a big Shopping Center, you can walk.
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... the process of the doctor visits and how you pay, see him, pay, go to pharmacy, pay and bring back your own injects for him to give you. Well, now we are required to order from the USA on the Internet to get our medicine. So funny. Insurance is of no value here.
I tried to have Scotty use a cane, well ya know that went over, really big. Kind of like telling me to keep the steel grey hair color I accidentally created last month. We are ...
... turn on the lights.
The policeman began asking questions. We were confused, which is actually my "state of existence" here every day. Scott was confused and went into a stupor of thought (purposely?)when the policeman kept asking for papers. I got some out of the jockey box, they weren't the ones. He pointed to a sticker in the window, it was ...
... holy week). The air has such a festive feel to it. People leaving the city in droves to spend the week with family in the interior. Brother DaSilva tells us, "If they've got a chicken they kill it, pig; same thing and so it goes with the bovine." "It's just a wild, meat eating fest as the fear of meatless Friday approaches." He really has a rich, sardonic and colorful review of local culture to spice our days. 60; We ...
... and the whistle from the dry cleaners near our house would blow. Sure enough, 12:00 o'clock straight up. Better get home for lunch. Evening brought one more alarm so that we'd know that it was the end of the work day.
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60; "We'll just drop you off at the San Lorenzo chapel and you should be able to catch the Colectivo back to Asuncion." 60; Unlike the craziness of daytime Colectivo travel, the scarcity of buses traveling at night is staggeringly contrarian. Those lucky enough to have their particular bus number drop out of the lottery spinner have taken every seat, every standing position and ...