Las Margaritas

Estrella y 15 de agosto, Asuncion, Paraguay | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Estrella y 15 de agosto, Asuncion, is near Casa de la Independencia, Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), Casa de los Diputados, and Casa Viola.
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    Travel Blogs from Asuncion

    Asuncion Day #3 -- New Camera & Walking Tour

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 03, 2014

    82 photos

    ... soldiers and the child martyrs of Acosta Nu.”

    Construction of the Panteon began in 1863 but was suspended due to the Triple Alliance War. Work did not resume until 1936 after the Chaco War.

    “The steps of the Panteon have become a popular spot for the masses of Asuncion to gather to celebrate all manner of political and sporting victories,” according to Other Places.

    I returned to a place I had been yesterday, the ...

    Asuncion Day #1 -- Lazy Saturday

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... 8211; quite an adjustment for me after spending 13 days on an expedition to Antarctica! I picked up dinner from the Chinese buffet at Mall Excelsior and returned to my hotel room at 6:36 to eat and watch on my laptop the Saints vs. Eagles NFC wild-card game from a few weeks ago.

    Paused the game at 7:40 to return to Lavanderia Cristalina, where my clothes were now ready. The laundry cost G37,000 ($7.88). Then I stopped at ...

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

    A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 24, 2013

    13 photos

    ... on an English A Road would take 3 hours took 5 1/2 hours stopping countless times to pick people up. Fortunately I was so tired from my week in the Chaco, I miraculously managed to catch some Zs.

    Saturday night was spent with Coto my host and my best friend from when I was younger, Neil at an English bar, Hooligans. Neil also works at San Andres so it will be interesting to renew ties once I'm back in Paraguay.

    Tonight is Monday and I will be taking Coto and the boys out ...

    Body Beautiful

    A travel blog entry by garethandlisa on Jul 15, 2013

    ... hour journey even with reclining seats was nevertheless a dull one. Never have the words 'chipa/chipita caliente' incited such greed and roused a busload of weary travellers. Essentially a dusted cheese bread, it's a worthy rival to Brazil's pao de queijo. The journey to the capital was a good opportunity to catch up with a bit of planning, blogging and sleep. ...

    Week 3 - Paraguay

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

    7 photos

    ... the ranch is really passionate about coco by products being used as biodiesel and when I mentioned that the company I had been working for had tried to break into the biodiesel market he packed Katie and I into his truck and took us to 3 different plants to try and get some business relationships going. I didn't realised that he was doing that until it was too late and ended up learning loads about the coco tree and its many uses. I thought it was great, poor katie was dragged around ...