- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... tried to just get ridiculously tiny amounts out) or because our cards were not recognised. It is worth mentioning that South American cash machines ask you about 5 questions before you can even enter the amount you want, and there are lots of different options to choose from, so we probably never chose the right combination of options….ok, someone tells us there is a 2nd bank in town, excellent ! Full of ...
It was after 8pm and we found out there was 1 bus per day that left for Paraguay and it left at 2am in the morning. There was no-one at the ticket booth so we had no idea if they had space or if it was running. We found a guest house across the road, had a shower and bunkered down for 3hrs sleep. At 2am we turned back up at the bus station. There were a couple of homeless people and that was about it. A few minutes later a big guy with a beer ...
... hill that my guidebook states offers a great view over Asuncion.
The meter started at G4500 (96˘). I opened my wallet and saw I had only G34,000 ($7.24) in cash left. Oh no. How am I running so low? I have more guaranis back at the hotel; clearly I did not bring enough with me today. I’m anxious as we travel south and the meter keeps ticking higher and higher. When the meter tops G30,000, I try to explain to the driver that I only have G34,000 so ...
... four blocks southeast to Plaza Uruguay, which is similar size to the four blocks that comprise the central plaza. Uruguay Plaza was renovated in May 2012 in celebration of the 475th anniversary of the founding of Asuncion.
"Upon its founding in 1537, the city was officially named 'La Muy Noble y Leal Ciudad de Nuestra Senora Santa Maria de la Asuncion’ (The Very Noble and Loyal City of Our Lady St. Mary of the Assumption), shortened to ...
... s sights we unattainable to our culture-vulture eyes, we did manage to sneak a peek in the Museum of Culture. A Christmas theme adorned it's many rooms, with a multitude of nativity scenes specific to a variety of world nations. I think we have a few pictures and that pretty much sums up our sight seeing. It was...different.
It came to be a blessing that there were others at our hostel who equally unprepared for Christmas in South America's ...