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How did you spend your Valentine's Day with your special one or family?

Well it's all planned when we (my family) find out that Jollibee's in Queens New York will open on February 14, 2009. We decided to spend our Valentine's Day driving from Fairfax, Virginia to Queens, New York so we can taste (once again) ChickenJoy, Palabok, Spaghetti, etc. from our very own Filipino foodchain.

This is just the summary of our schedule last weekend:
- 5 hours driving from Fairfax, Virginia to Queens, New York
- 4 hours waiting in line. We chat to our kababayan while waiting.
- 40 minutes getting our foods.
- 5 hours going back to Fairfax, Virginia

That's how we spend our heart day, with a lot of foods from our child hood taste back in Manila, Philippines. I'm proud to be a Filipino.

By the way, visit (RP) for more pictures from the restaurant.

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