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Travel Blogs from Asuncion
After a rest day we decided to finally have a proper look at Asuncion. Colonial architecture, history, art and craft are all on show.
We arrived in Asuncion and were met by the happy couple who took us to our Hotel. Westfalenhaus.
... which means it should be half as long, not that it shouldn't exist). It's a stark, visceral tale, and the prose should not be flabby.
Many events are told three times, but nothing significant is added after the first telling. Had the versions be in conflict, that is a device that has been used effectively in writing and in film. If they were in distinct voices, that might be interesting. Or if some significant drtail were held back for the ...
... sprawling shantytown existing just down hill from the country’s Capitol, presidential palace, cultural and historical museum, and other important government buildings. Sadly trash is piled up in several locations on the edge of the plaza abutting the slum.
My next tour stop, the Catedral Metropolitana, was only a two-minute stroll from the edge of La Chacarita. The cathedral was closed so I could not go inside. Its west-facing facade ...
... driver dropped me off at the wrong terminal! I told him I was flying Aerolineas Argentinas but he dropped me off at Terminal A. Yet again I had to walk outside from Terminal A to Terminal C, home of AA. Terminal B is closed for reconstruction and there’s currently no way to get from A to C without going outside. It’s the third time on this trip I’ve had to schlep between terminals outdoors at EZE!
I reached AA’s check-in counters in ...