Comfort Inn Marshall
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... My aunt looked at me, pointed at the bottom of my gut, and said to me "Tom you've been having too many beers". My friends proceeded to laugh their asses off. Sigh...that honesty. Another thing was the end of the study abroad program. I was packing my check in luggage and when I was finished I went to lift it up to guess if its overweight. I picked it up and was like...****...this is heavy as hell, much heavier than the ...
... t travel with 50 lb dumbbells (without overweight fees). I guess these restrictions are the only way airlines stay in business nowadays (and allow me to actually afford a plane ticket).
Moving on to my little pre-study abroad condition test. Right now I am weighing in at a modest 165 lbs...but everyone knows weight doesn't really mean much. I could come back weighing the same but with a lot more of it being ...
Hi everyone, I'm a little emotional right now because I just got home from my last Steak N' Shake run for the next three months...*wipe away tears* I will miss the 1000 calorie shakes, the "meals under $4" menu, and the 2-4am happy hours. While I'm here I might as well start reviewing my experience; practice a little before reviewing the real stuff ...
... be a good way to: 1) Kill time when needed 2) Keep everyone back at home entertained and updated 3) Create something I can look back on in the future Just a heads up, this blog will be mostly about food. Asian food to be exact. I plan on eating a lot...hopefully I don't gain too much weight while abroad. Hmm maybe I'll do a before and after photo or ...
... see them expand to New Jersey in the near future.
So I thought I'd add something to this blog to give it some consistency. Each update will include a list of what I listened to while driving. Yesterday, my playlist included assorted Andrew Bird, Steely Dan, The Who's Tommy and Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon (both albums all the way through), a German language course on CD (no, I don't know any curse words yet), and Radiohead. Today, I listened ...