Hotel Palmas Del Sol

Espana 202, Asuncion, 1311, Paraguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion

3 countries 1 special day

A travel blog entry by hazeange

1

... van was chaotic and getting out and being amongst the market was no different. I wouldn't say people were friendly but then they didn't know English and were just trying to sell us stuff left right and centre, we couldn't stand still for too long at risk of being approached so took cover in a shopping mall which was a bit more low key. Back in the safety of the van we drove back through it. Wow craziness. Next trip is by bus to resistencia then salta before arriving in ...

Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

35

... the backing of the United States who handed over hundreds of millions of dollars in loans until Carter and Reagan came into power and “human rights” were becoming a major political vote winner and at this point he lost their support.Stroessners record on human rights make pretty grim reading.On the arrest of the head of the Communist party of Paraguay,Stroessner personally listened on the phone whilst the poor chaps body was chainsawed to death.Another tactic used by ...

Checking out the 'sights' of Asuncion

A travel blog entry by chrisblock

5

... shame. Anyway, some of the group decided to go as tickets were only $45. I decided not to as I don't know them that well at all. Four of us decided to go to the cinema instead to see 'Gravity'. It was in English with Spanish subtitles. Really good film. Leaving asuncion tomorrow for Brazil. Not disappointed to be leaving Asuncion or Paraguay. Not somewhere I'm bothered about returning ...

4 Flights, 3 Countries, 1 Destination

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... to São Paulo on time and the airport was bigger but not as big as I was expecting considering it is a major hub for flights in South America. It is also the ugliest airport I've been too- all concrete, 60s special architecture. As my next flight was international I had to go through border control and the stricter security before waiting at the gate. I checked again that I wouldn't need to collect my bags until Santa Cruz and then bought ...

Asuncion is the mother of all cities

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma

2

... Jemma sussed out the accommodation side of things whilst Paul strategically planned what route we would take. The days passed quickly without much excitement but we enjoyed having the time to relax and reflect on our thoughts on Paraguay.

As a country it's one of the friendliest we have been to so far; nobody sneered at us when we said we were British, as happened once in Argentina! We also noticed how the whole country seems to be addicted ...

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