Ita Enramada Hotel & Casino

Cacique Lambare y Rivera del Rio Paraguay, Asuncion, Paraguay | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Cacique Lambare y Rivera del Rio Paraguay, Asuncion, is near Casa de la Independencia, Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), Casa de los Diputados, and Casa Viola.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ita Enramada Hotel & Casino Asuncion

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Travel Blogs from Asuncion

Just passing through...

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 21, 2014

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... incident, I'd once again managed to miss the check-in for my flight by a matter of minutes. If only I hadn't gone to that machine. I was directed to the desk of despair at which the other sad-sacks who'd missed their flights stood gazing at their shoes. At least at Heathrow they booked me on another flight at no extra charge. No such customer service at Guarulhos. 800 Reals and the proposed flight wasn't until Wednesday. I rudely declined.

Whipping out my laptop I had ...

Asuncion Day #3 -- New Camera & Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 03, 2014

82 photos

... and 7:30 a.m., both undesirable times. What an awful schedule! Instead I will take a noon bus to Ciudad de Este, Paraguay, and then transfer to an international bus across the border to Foz.

Departed the hotel at 12:34 p.m. Ugh, I stopped to take a photo a few blocks away and realized there's no memory card in my camera! I had to walk five minutes back to my hotel room to retrieve it, then set out again at 12:48.

My first stop was ...

Asuncion Day #2 -- Shantytown & Super Bowl

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 02, 2014

63 photos

... 8217;s largest slum. Quite a bizarre contrast.

Curiously I saw a naval ship anchored in the bay. I’d later see in my guidebook that this is the Canonera Humaita Naval Museum. A naval museum! About the last thing I’d expect to see in a landlocked country!

I walked west along Avenida Costanera. Paraguay’s presidential palace, Palacio de los Lopez, was now in clear view on the hill back toward the city. Quite a pretty building! ...

A job op/knee op, a Mennonite colony & a scorp

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 24, 2013

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... teachers to come and be part of the team. Having only been trained 3 years ago, I feel I have recent and relevant practice and training that I could share with the staff. And finally, I feel that teaching at San Andres has the potential to be the most challenging environment I've worked in. I received generous offers from some excellent schools in Peru and Chile, and of course these would have come with their own pressures and challenges. But I feel San Andres is in the beginnings of ...

Reconnect and Beyond

A travel blog entry by brad-katie on Jul 29, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... that does not have an answer to the question “what club do you belong to?” In our case, Lidu chose our club for us and informed us that this is the club of our family. Needless to say, we felt rather loved by the gesture. When we have moments like this with Lidu, it is amazing to look back on our language learning, especially for Brad, because when we first arrived in the country speaking Spanish was a challenge and conversations ...

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