Hotel Presidente

Azara 128 e Industria Nacional , Asuncion, Paraguay | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Azara 128 e Industria Nacional , Asuncion, is near Botanical Garden and Zoo (Jardin Botanico y Zoologico), Brownsberg Nature Park, Galibi Nature Reserve, and Albina Village.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Presidente Asuncion

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Asuncion

Crazy, crazy artists in Paraguay

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 30, 2014

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Paraguay is very different to Bolivia with a lot of the people in Asuncion looking a lot more Spanish and some looking positively European. Asuncion is the capital of Paraguay and has
over 2 million inhabitant’s a third of the whole population. The temperature is
a lovely 22-25C during the day and it makes a nice change to the constant cold
of the last 6 weeks or so. It sits at 100m or less and is on the edge of the ...

Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 30, 2014

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... the camera and shooting.I needed to rest and I sat down on a bench and watched the people of Asuncion walk arm in arm by the mighty Paraguay river,the sun was dipping giving the run down historic centre a moldy pink colour the temperature was just off sauna and a warm breeze blew from the opposite bank where little boats were bobbing about.The sun gradually sank lower and lower and the river and the anchored grey naval frigate turned orange and I thought to myself ,what a strange country this ...

Asuncion Day #4 -- Prison, Trains, & Surubi

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 04, 2014

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... a general in the Paraguayan Army, led a coup against President Federico Chaves in 1954 and was soon thereafter elected president.

“At first, his rule provided the country with much-needed stability. Little did Paraguayans know their current savior would remain at the head of one of Latin America’s longest running dictatorships – one marked with corruption and severe repression that would have a lasting detrimental impact on ...

Week 3 - Paraguay

A travel blog entry by katie.nellie on Feb 24, 2013

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... is being able to buy freshly cooked chipa. Someone will board the bus with a big basket on their head full of these freshly baked delights. They look kind of like a skinny bagel, but are packed full of fennel and are made from a type of maize I think. At 30p each, they make a great snack for a long journey.

We arrived in Asuncion 8 hours later. 2 hours late. Paraguayan time seems to be variable, so now we just tack on 25% to any time frame, to give ourselves a ...

Rio to Paraguay

A travel blog entry by pink_rob on Nov 06, 2012

... night accommodation! The buses are nice and have huge reclining seats so it was all good! We arrived into São Paulo and the sun was beating down, that is until we'd got on a metro and got to the stop where our hostel was! Then the heavens opened and it was thunder lightning rain and epic hail stones! We then walked to our hostel but took the completely wrong way and ended up walking for ages in the ******* down rain! When we got to the hostel it was ...