When you sleep in another bed

Italy
July 1, 2008 9:55am CST
If the bed where you sleep, it's not your ( for example in a Hotel ). Sleep you well? I sleep immediately...
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@mialei23 (2386)
• Philippines
1 Jul 08
I can't sleep easily when I'm not home. I used to sleep in my room, with my dozen of pillows. I am home sick and I am really looking for my bed. I guess, it familiarity. If your not really familiar with your surrounding and you can get used to it on the first day, it's really hard to adjust. I usually doesn't have enough sleep when I am from a friend or a relative house.
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@mialei23 (2386)
• Philippines
2 Jul 08
Thanks for the B/R. Keep posting!
@teison2 (5924)
• Norway
1 Jul 08
If the bed is just right, not to soft and not to hard, and the room is quiet I'll sleep fine
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@etnad0 (230)
• United States
1 Jul 08
I agree. I love to sleep. I could actually sleep on the floor, couch, or any other flat surface.
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@eagle_f15 (2052)
• Malaysia
1 Jul 08
It depend on the bed....if it is comfy, I will just go to sleep immediately but if the bed is hard then that will be a problem. Revently my spouse and I attended a confrens and stayed over at a friend's house. Holy moly...the bed was turn downside up with the springs poking out at certain sections though its not visible. During daytime at the confrens our back was aching....in the end we turned the bed rightside up and we had better sleep. But nothing beats our own bed of course.
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