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Will Stay Or Not?

I will be getting a bonus on April from my February performance and I am planning to spend some of it for a stay in a hotel in downtown. We never been to this hotel before, this is one of the newest hotel in downtown. I want to experience staying in the said hotel even just for a day with my kids of course. But I can only do that if I would still continue working so that means I may need to stay for longer time. Because I have plans of getting bonus every month but how can I do that when my score did not pass for this month. There’s only one week left and my detractors are coming for this week. I am so devastated; I already exerted my effort to at least not to get any detractor but I failed and what bad thing is that it is coming like nonstop. I can’t seem to shield it from coming. I guess if I need to treat my kids for a one night stay at Seda, I need to work so hard for the month of April. Lord please help me!

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Net Room In Japan

Japan is known for a pretty expensive travel venue, but if you are a Japan lover yet on a tight budget you might forget to stay in a luxury hotel because darn they are just very very expensive. But hey, don’t give up, you still have a hope to visit this very beautiful country, the only thing you should do is to be very cautious with everything you spend but of course you need to have a place to stay or sleep on. Oh well, you don’t have to worry because the Net Room is ready to catch you when you are already so sleepy. Net Room is basically an internet cafe, they named this Manboo, it is one of the largest internet cafes in Japan, which they transformed it as a semi hotel, but mind you they have everything for traveler’s essentials, they even have secured locks.  The Net Room even has a check in area! This Net Room is only 100 yen, for those who are staying long, you can use washing machine and drier there. Manboo has 17 branches in Japan; they have the Net Room in Tokyo, Kanagawa and Saitama.

You may want to check for more details.

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We’re Not Going

I talked to my husband a while ago and his answer was “I don’t know”

That means we’re not going, he doesn’t have budget for anything extra, I just wish that we still can prepare foods in New Year’s Eve otherwise we will be doomed. I mean there’s this kind of fortune sayings that if you don’t have foods on the table during New Year’s Eve, you will not have blessing or luck the whole year.

On the other hand, yes we will not be able to go to the hotel in the city for a short staycation. But I won’t give up; I need to experience staying in that hotel maybe next month since it is my eldest birthday. It would be a nice gift to chill out in the hotel. So maybe for now we will put that to rest, next month if I have enough budget then I will.


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There Are Endless Things to Do in London

England’s capitol city is one of the world’s most amazing cities. Visitors are surrounded by a vast amount of culture and history. If you are a fan of plays, London’s West End is where many of the best actors in the world perform on a regular basis. It is basically considered the second best collection of theaters in the world behind Broadway in New York City. There are also some of the best restaurants anywhere in the world in the city of London. No matter what type of cuisine you savor, you will be able to find it in this enormous metropolis. Are you researching London hotels in preparation for your trip? You can find some cheap ones by searching online. There are endless things to do in London. Here are a few examples.

1. Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussauds has become famous around the world for their uncanny wax figures that look exactly like real celebrities. A large amount of time is spent carefully crafting each figure to ensure the highest possible amount of realism. If the particular celebrity is still alive, he or she will often agree to sit with the artists for several hours so they can properly sketch the person to make sure the dimensions are correct. Many celebrities consider it a huge honor to have their likeness immortalized forever in Madame Tussauds.

2. The Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic symbols of London. Built in 1890, it is located right next to the Tower of London, where the famous Crown Jewels are stored. It crosses the River Thames in the heart of downtown London. Although it is small, the Tower Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the world. This is mostly because of its very beautiful and unique architecture. Along with Big Ben and the Gherkin, it is one of the three most recognizable structures in all of London. Because of this, it has been featured in many different TV shows and movies over the years.

3. Trafalgar Square

This is a large public area that is a popular place for people to gather in central London. The National Gallery art museum is located right next to the square, along with a number of other key attractions. Trafalgar Square is dominated by Nelson’s Column, a massive column that measures 170 feet tall with a statue on top of it.

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