French daredevil Alain Robert
Alain Robert, a French daredevil who has scaled some of the world's tallest buildings, conquered Cuba's famous Habana Libre hotel on Feb. 4 without ropes or a safety net — climbing to the top in about half an hour as hundreds of awed onlookers gasped and cheered from the streets below.
- Mon, Feb 4, 2013
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