Hotel La Casa Medellin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can move forward with the buildings so they sit there empty, although still heavily guarded. All of his buildings are white in tribute to cocaine. It also took us to the inconspicuous house he spent his last days hiding out in after having escaped from jail. The last time he was in jail he had given himself up to the government in exchange for special conditions of him being imprisoned. He ended up building his own prison cell which was basically his own mansion including a bar and ...
... arrived at another beautiful spot over looking all the valley and peaks to the south and west, phenomenal views. Luckily Wilson was providing the meals from now on and we cooked and much improved tuna pasta - with a delicious flavour and were in our tent by 7pm to escape the biting cold and be ready for our 4.30am start. The stars, as we began, seemed close enough to touch but the going was difficult with the cold and the altitude. We reached the edge of the glacier and ...
... he was spending US$2500 a month on elastic bands to hold his money together. Some of his money is rumoured to be undiscovered. He laundered money by buying both football teams in Medellin. He built football pitches across the country for young children to play. He once offered to pay off Colombia's national debt which at the time was US$16 billion He built his own prison/brothel/hotel the first time he was sentenced which the police and authorities weren't allowed ...
... wine with my cousins and play silly games with everyone in "grandma's" living room.
I want the Farm. My family. Hugs. Love. Christmas.
I miss you. Merry Christmas!!! Feliz Navidad.
p.s. I'll never be grumpy about Christmas ever again (like last year). Really wish I could be there.
... go to the good neighborhoods at the right times so my money intake has been fluctuating. Right now I'm averaging around 50,000 pesos for 3-4 hours. I expect that number to jump up as I learn the city and more traditional Colombian songs. 7) Speaking of traditional songs, I finished my first song in Spanish and am almost done with my second and third. Then I need to learn two more Colombian tunes and then I'll take ...