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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one of South America's first railway lines (Asuncion - Encarnacion). The most impressive building is the pink Palacio Lopez with its mirrored facade reflecting the nearby slums along the bank of the river.
Stephen and Jessica treated us to a fantastic meal at Paulista Grill, an all-you-can-eat 'churrasqueria' (Brazilian steak house). It was difficult to say 'no gracias' to the constant flow ...
... 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 ...
... It was really sad learning about the tough conditions men, women and children had to endure because they were supposedly communist and not anti dictatorship which was the real reason. Also it was the US like with most South American counties who supported anti-communist tortures but the problem was that these people were not communist. The interesting fact the guide told us is that people who were tortured at the base come back to visit. The museum itself gets no government funding ...
... br> The next stop after the main square was the train museum! Everyone loves a good train museum. We were delighted to discover that the signs had even been translated into English... until we realised every single sign said the same thing, no matter what it related to. Undeterred we had a good play in the first class carriage (surely they can't have made much profit with only 8 customers to the carriage, even if it did include a bar?) and a good look at the random items they ...
I visited an indigenous settlement type place today with an argentinian girl. Although I felt like we were visiting a zoo... The people were very friendly and welcoming. 2000 people live there but 25% of them are children- very affectionate children... I'm sure they wouldn't miss one?! I have photos to follow.
We had a hilarious moment when asked if we wanted pictures of men ...