Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Denver Northeast - Brighton
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... the towel, more would come out. Between the 3 of us, about 40 towels we used.
We ran back to the line and me and Paloma talked with the intern Shaun and he told us of his experience of lost bags. We panicked but he said he got it back a day later.
Eventually, we boarded the plane and everyone switched seats. I sat with Lainie and this older guy next to her. We are in our way to LA, and then to the Narita airport.
We were woken up early because it was Christmas morning. I went upstairs and saw what I had in my stocking. I got some lip balm, a scarf, a Starbucks card and some chocolates. Then after breakfast we went to open our other gifts, I got a magazine subscription, a hair straightener, a pandora bead and an iTunes voucher. Then I went on a walk with Mum ...
... She turns to me, looks at all of the **** I'm carrying, and busts out laughing. She turns on the automatic faucet for me, and when the paper towel machine doesn't work either, get's me some paper towels.
As we walk out she says... "My daughter calls that a first-world "white people" problem." She gives me a hug and wishes me a good trip...
Holy ****!!! She's soooooooo right!
Time to downsize, McCoy! Like, ...
... we loved how many times he said dude, we wished we counted. That evening he took us out for pizza, food day redeemed! The following morning we went to his church and bible study, got free Korean food, then out for Chinese/Vietnamese for lunch, mmm so good. Aching to do some baking we planned a kiwi dinner for Lance and his friend. We cooked up Kiwi burgers, afghan biscuits and pavlova. Ahh, a little slice of heaven. It was good fun hanging out with Lance and co. we ...
... it may be difficult to ask the professor before every assignment, I plan on following these guidelines to the t and asking my professor before every big assignment.
Now packing and what I chose to bring to college was a quite haphazard, rushed experience. To preface my stress and abysmal packing job, I had just gotten back from a month in Costa Rica two days before I was supposed to move in. I had barely unpacked before it was time ...