Leblon Suites Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bodyguards as the security. Surrounded by the army to protect him from the rival cartel and various other groups trying to kill him, he still conducted business as usual in continuing the cartel war and even murdering people inside his cell. When the government and the US task force had enough evidence to remove him from his prison, he escaped, hid out in various houses and moved around constantly. But with a force of hundreds of police officers and US task force agents dedicated ...
... out with harnesses, ropes, helmets and axes. People have died on this mountain in the last year and there are several well hidden and constantly changing crevasses. We began the long trudge up the glacier and the dawn broke giving everything a surreal orange glow and we could see the peaks I had circumnavigated days before, Pan de Azucar, Pulpito del Diablo and many more. Only the summit of Rika U'wa Blanca, our summit, remained shrouded in cloud. With the white snow ...
... an appointment AND while he was there over a hundred people he felt had wronged him were brought to 'meet' with him there so he could execute them and bury them in the 'prison grounds'. His 'prison' incidentally is now a monastery and is very definitely not accessible to tourists. His demise began when he decided to run in the political arena thus opening him to international financial scrutiny which wouldn't have happened had he not done this. Mugging Sadly the night ...
... Medellin has a notorious past and was declared the most dangerous city in the world only 20 years ago mainly due to the drug kingpin Pablo Escobar and his acts of narco terrorism. We heard that the city transformed dramatically over the past 20 years and is now one of the most prosperous cities in South America. We arrived at 4 and were surprised that the taxi driver spoke to us in perfect English, a first for us on our travels. We checked into ...
... from the Spanish tunes for a bit until I get to a different country I think. 8) Not sure if I wrote about this already but a day or two before arriving in Medellín, I lost my two favorite shirts on the same day in two separate instances. I've been able to get by the past few weeks with only three shirts but it's been tough so yesterday I went out and bought a red Colombian National Team jersey. It's a dry-fit like one ...