Posada del Cielo

Del Maestro 1416 y Dr. Morra, Asuncion, 1416, Paraguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asuncion

Asuncion: Nazis And Dictators.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... at the front of the church waiting to pray for what ever hope they had come here for.
I was starting to feel that if I saw another church I too would be prostrate on my knees begging the good Lord to give me a break either that or take up the cloth myself.We headed out West now in our little round Asuncion tour praying for something else to turn up and after a while Manuel announced that we had arrived in San Bernadino and my heart sunk to the pit of my stomach,San Bernadino ...

Joseph Boyden's "Through Black Spruce"

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear

... sniffed for a long time, rolling the air through the dark hairs of my nostrils like a cool draft of caribou water.

2. Rummy
Put that bottle down and come inside, sagibuns, and let me tell you to tell my story. Stop looking at the sky, the keyboard is over here. Do not think of my siblings who are no more. I love you but you drive me crazy. Careful, don't step in that trap.

3. Go Fish
When I entered the room it was as I ...

Asuncion! Asuncion! Asuncion!

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka


... ends in mil which is a thousand and not a million...I still don't know how to pronounce the currency and it took me a week to learn to say Asuncion properly too. Paraguayans also speak really fast and the Spanish isn't as clear so I'm struggling to understand them here. I decided to explore the town after spending the whole morning calling natwest and travelex about my money. (I lost my debit card in Bolivia and decided I'm leaving natwest when I get home, unhelpful.) As I got ...

...and so the training begins!

A travel blog entry by brad-katie

... and drink tereré with our host mom. Tereré is a traditional drink that is shared in a group and is similar to maté (or tea), but is served cold. The same "guampa" or cup is passed around to each person, who has their turn to drink and then passes it back to the person who is serving. Everyone drinks from the same “bombillo” or straw and you must drink all of the liquid in your cup before you pass it back, or someone else ...

Rio to Paraguay

A travel blog entry by rositapracatan


... nice gentle walk over the island! Was it buggery! I felt like I was going to die on a few occasions! But after a good hour and a half we arrived at a beach! No you would be impressed to hear that I walked back as well wouldn't you? Well sorry to disappoint but we got a boat back! We met some awesome people at our hostel and hung around with them for a few days and we even did another trek to some waterfalls! I know right two treks in one week who'd of thought ...


This hotel, located on Del Maestro 1416 y Dr. Morra, Asuncion, is near Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), La Santisima Trinidad de Parana, Gran Hotel del Paraguay, and Casa Viola.
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