Manduvira 345 y Juan Bautista Alberdi, Asuncion, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Manduvira 345 y Juan Bautista Alberdi, 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

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... Museo del Cabildo, which previously housed Paraguay’s National Congress. Cabildo features a few displays on loan from three of Asuncion’s prominent museums. There’s also exhibits on Paraguay’s history. I climbed up to the second level, which has excellent views to Asuncion Bay on the north and the eastern part of the city. I also had a good vantage point over La Chacarita, Asuncion’s largest shantytown (estimated population ...

Asuncion Day #1 -- Lazy Saturday

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 01, 2014

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... in the basement of Mall Excelsior. When shopping for a two-liter bottle of Coca-Cola, I was confused when one bottle was marked G5,000 but another was priced at G8,300. Naturally I selected the G5,000 bottle but at the cash register, it rang up as G5,000 plus another charge of G3,000 for a total of G8,000. What?! There was a major language barrier as I tried to explain to the check-out clerk that the price on the shelf stated only G5,000. ...

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

A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 24, 2013

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... Churrasquearía for oír final Evening topetare. After nesrly 4 1/2 weekend in Paraguay it is time to set off for Bolivia. Not one person has had anything pleasant to say about the bus journey from Asuncion to Santa Cruz. It's over 20 hours long, the road on the Paraguayuan side is full of potholes, the road on the Bolivian side is dirt track and there are frequent problems with closures, protests and drug traffickers. But come on, this is what backpacking in South America is all about! Isn't ...

Body Beautiful

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa on Jul 15, 2013

... whilst interesting continued to suggest Paraguay is an innocent, content, rural area. The roads are developed, homes and infrastructure established but mostly people and land are left to their own devices. Whilst tourists are made welcome there's no desire to attract anymore, English is non existent and you must fit in with the locals as they continue with everyday ...

Week 3 - Paraguay

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

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... of Spanish negotiations. It was alright though, we got a real taste of daily Paraguayan life.

After the ranch we went back to Concepcion and splashed out on our hotel so that we could swim and sunbathe. We bought some wine, drank it from an altered water bottle and spent the afternoon by the pool. We returned to Katie's favourite restaurant so that we could have her funny sugar drink. I knew that I should have used the restroom before we left, but didn't so when we got ...

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