Puerto Valle - Hotel de Esteros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
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... a similar one about paying here and then getting it reimbursed from the capital are bandied about incessantly. A general agreement to disagree.
"The Capital is not the same as us!" "Well, why not?"
Scott chimes in, "Okay, will you accept a credit card?" This request is met with an exasperated role of the eyes and a clear, "no."
Josh, "But, we don't have any cash. ...
... than those in Paraguay. They even had information in English and Guarani.
I guess a new busload arrived every 20 minutes or so for the 3 or 4 hours that I was there, whereas in Paraguay, I had both sets of ruins practically to myself. But in between buses, and away from the more famous areas, it was possible to get some solitude and enjoy the sunny verdant decrepitness of the place with a good book (which was incidentally about the incomprehensibility of religion).
... would venture as dangerously close to a fast moving vehicle as your eyes could believe. We were wise enough to fall victim to several of their offerings.
Desiring nothing more than water hot enough to burn my hands, we searched out our reservation in Encarnacion.
"One of the ...
... pride in one's country.
The young lass that smilingly took our documents slowly, forebodingly, changed her expression. She petitioned some additional documentation and with only blank stares returned to her appeal, she motioned to a concrete stall and said, "Park in there." A uniformed officer was soon at our window with the short-handed documents we had offered.
"You'll need to turn around, cross ...
... part and an embarrassing lack of Spanish on ours, Jose proved a very friendly and helpful "guide". A professional photographer, he took control of our camera during the morning and also phoned his wife Caralina, who speaks English well and talked us through some of the ruins via mobile phone.
From 1609 to 1768 the Jesuit Missions or Reductions (?...don't ask....) were established to teach the local Gaurani Indians farming techniques, ...