Extended Stay America - Fairfield - Napa Valley
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... my American grand mother. Being away from home proves to be successful. Not only do I learn valuable skills in being together with people and steering through life, but being abroad makes you get to know yourself better. Fewer familiarities make good ground for exploring and trying out new things. Also, the feeling of being more cosmopolitic finds it's way into me. It's a good feeling. I still feel gifted for being ...
... rate conversion. I've been wanting a checking account there a long time, and am glad I finally found a bank that's in both countries. Well, East West Bank and Cathay Bank also have branches there, but they're not as prevalent here. I'm hoping with this, I will save some money in converting currencies and not needing to bring a wad of cash back every time.
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I've seen some pretty amazing things in my travels, but they don't match the happiness I get from talking with people that I've met along the way. If the meaningful conversations I've had could be measured in miles, my shoes would be worn to a nub. Up until very recently, I've always thought of myself as someone who can talk to anyone about anything, but I think I've had it backwards. Anyone can talk to me. Maybe ...
The tour ends, surprise, in the candy store where there’s not only Jelly Belly candy, but chocolates, malted milk balls, candy corn, the candy that started this mega-business, gummy worms, and lots of merchandise. We found the Belly Flops, the bags of irregular candies that don’t make it through quality control. We don’t care what they look like, they’re still the same flavors, just weird shapes at ...
I have been planning this adventure for a while. I think that half the fun of a big trip like this comes in the research and anticipation.
In less than two months I will have begun a new lifestyle, leaving behind my steady job, bay-view office, and my home to pursue the unknown, and to rediscover parts of myself that I've lost over the years, or buried beneath piles of paperwork and social media posts.
I've never traveled alone. At least not for any extended ...