Premier Hill Suite Boutique

Address: Curupayty esq 25 de Mayo , Asuncion, Paraguay | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Curupayty esq 25 de Mayo , Asuncion, is near Casa de la Independencia, Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), Gran Hotel del Paraguay, and Casa Viola.
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      Epic Journey to Paraguay - Day 2

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 29, 2014

      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 ...

      Asuncion Day #4 -- Prison, Trains, & Surubi

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 04, 2014

      49 photos

      ... stop when the meter gets to that point. Of course there’s a language barrier and he doesn’t seem to comprehend anything I’m saying. I fan out my cash and show him “this is what I’ve got.” He still doesn’t understand or doesn’t seem to care, as he keeps on driving. The meter reaches G44,000 ($9.37) as we reach the turnoff for Cerro Lambare after 18 minutes. I hand over the G34,000 I have and apologize profusely. I feel so ...

      Asuncion Day #2 -- Shantytown & Super Bowl

      A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... is more of an alleyway than a real street. People were all over the place and I could see right into many of the shacks as I walked past. As a white person, I felt very much out of place here by myself in a shantytown in a nation that that receives very few foreign tourists. I was concerned for my safety, worried that a bunch of kids could jump me and steal what few things I had on me (as happened to me when I wandered into a slum in Panama City during my ...

      Para Para Paraguay

      A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Dec 27, 2013

      38 photos

      ... there a good chance it would have been locked from the public eyes.

      The day in Asuncion wasn't a complete loss because the restaurant and bars were all still open. We were however shown the door in a swanky restaurant due to the vest I was sporting, even though a jolly, moustached waiter had shown us to our seats. Maybe his jolliness was fuelled by his penchant for teasing hungry, half-naked tourists in this way.

      Although the vast majority of ...

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

      A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 24, 2013

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      ... teachers to come and be part of the team. Having only been trained 3 years ago, I feel I have recent and relevant practice and training that I could share with the staff. And finally, I feel that teaching at San Andres has the potential to be the most challenging environment I've worked in. I received generous offers from some excellent schools in Peru and Chile, and of course these would have come with their own pressures and challenges. But I feel San Andres is in the beginnings of ...