Holiday Inn Express Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... less like Parque Lleras but instead full of ropey looking fellow exchanging lines of white powder, drinks and stories. I think it's far to say we felt a little uncomfortable, rather than unsafe. I suggested we just act crazy to fit in, so we grunted and shouted as we downed shots of Aguadiente and everyone left us alone. Suitably refreshed we headed into the salsa bar, a really tight place with tables pushed against the left wall and everyone dancing salsa in the reaming space - ...
... was stunning. A bit of rain close by even produced a rainbow for us. After 16 hour travel, we finally stopped for a break - we were running late and still had 2 hours to go. An empanada for breakfast almost made up for the delay.
We eventually arrived at 11am and took a taxi to El Poblado with a German guy from our bus. Once again, the driver had no idea where to go and we went round and round the block a few times. Finally, we found the Black ...
... processed and sold as well as a tour of the plantation, the processing centre and the main house (which was gorgeous) . Next up it was lunch and time to chill and swim in the pool before the afternoon lesson with a coffee barista who taught us how to make a good coffee and how you make it can affect the taste and quality. This is a great tour if you really like or are interested in coffee, but if not, like me, it just a really nice place to come ...
... Colombian government and police and rival cartels. He had been on the run for 18 months. The rival cartels formed the Pepes - a violent group that was wronged by escobar - often secretly joined and supported by the government - was ruthless and bloody and waged war of escobar killing countless people in the warfare (not that paoblo wasn't equally ruthless). Anyway Paoblo had gotten word that the police were coming for him. He escaped by roof and was making a run for ...
... Roberto Escobar.
The tour started with a short ride to one of many former properties belonging to Escobar. This one was seized by the government and would be turned into a hotel or some other private property shortly, but for now, what stood there was an apartment building that looked like it belonged in a military zone. The whole front of the building had been taken out by a bomb destined for Escobar, but due to a leak, he was able to escape before the hit. We got ...