Motel 6 Westminster North
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... to officially commit to leaving on this trip, I met a wonderful and handsome man. He knew I was leaving and we decided to go on a few dates anyway. (You only live once or some ridiculous saying like that assured me it was a good decision). Of course a few dates lead to five months of the most fulfilling and wonderful relationship I've ever been in. So here I sit, at 8:31am, alone in the JFK airport, days from leaving on a international trip of a lifetime ...
... ventured off to see a friend at Hollywood I blvd. After some great pizza and seeing the tourists on the star strip made me excited to be a tourist in another county where I'm not enamoring at celebrities names on stars or handprints in the cement but rather looking at buildings that are 100's of years old. Excited to see real history! Picked the other traveler justin up from the train station that evening and called it a night. Spent the day down at Manhattan ...
... long as he was standing in the exact right spot... and of course, he couldn't go another minute without getting his clash of clans fix! We finished the day with a trip to The Cheesecake Factory for dinner, where Michael was able to have his Big Bang moment... although I think we were both surprised at how different the Cheesecake Factory was to what we'd seen on TV. After being served a ...
... standing watch nearby and he told me to go speak to baggage services as they'd be able to tell me if my bag had arrived or not. I walked in to speak to them and there was my suitcase sitting in the middle of the floor! Don't know how it got there, but I sure was relieved to see it!
It was an hour and a half after we landed that we finally walked out of the exit doors. We were so glad to see Courtney & Ben! Back to their little basement apartment for food before ...
Know a few things about a country
before you enter. This avoids you being rude to any one and also
avoids you misinterpreting someone for being rude. You're in their
country, get to know their way and treat them with respect whether
that be by covering up in a temple (you'd be surprised by how many
people don't!), bowing the head, taking shoes off inside etc or
simply by not taking offence if they don't hold the door open or