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... Asunacion to catch the flight before try to find a plate.
I glimpsed ITGF at the same corner. I couldn't neglected at that building. I decided to entry of the door to have beer and food. Had two large pints of Pilsen and appetizer of crispy chicken Parmesan meatballs. It was so great. The prices total was PYG71,000. (US$15).
my stomach was full, walked on the Parma street to approach close to ...
... the Congreso Nacional, housing the legislative offices, Palacio de Gobierno, where the president works, the Estación Central de Ferrocarril, the recently defunct railway station turned museum/ homeless hang-out for indigenous people, and the Panteón de los Héroes, where several important war heroes are entombed.
The rest of our days were used for relaxing in between running errands. We took full advantage of this hostel's great outdoor garden area, seemingly brand ...
... as I was introduced to the Paraguay of the modern era between 1954-1989,or more precisely the dictatorship of President Alfredo Stroessner. I was also going to learn about some horrific details about the Triple Alliance War.
The first couple of stops though were a little more on the tame side.Manuel's English was technically more adept than Cesar's and he was able to fill in a lot of detail which Cesar just did not have the vocabulary for and I was keen to take advantage of ...
... Madame Lynch, then a quick left turn onto Primer Presidente. We made another left onto Avenida Jose Gervasio Artigas followed by a right onto Manuel Gorda, passing Caterillo Park. That dumped us onto Avenida Espana, from where we turned right when it ended at Avenida Marsical Lopez. Then we turned left on Asuncion and right onto Manduvira, ending with a quick right onto Avenida Chile.
My taxi pulled up to the Hotel Excelsior at 980 Chile and dropped me off at 10:29.
... Friday from Long Field and had been looking forward to an optional excursion to learn how to make cheese, which did not end up happening. One of the most difficult things to deal with in the Paraguayan cultures is the indirect nature of the communication. Despite several calls from one of our technical trainers during which the woman had agreed to hold this informational session, the morning of she decided she was no longer interested and cancelled. It was a ...