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... a direct flight"to which he responded "it sort of is". How can a flight sort of be direct, I mean come on! Turns out that we would be stopping on one of the islands in the French Polynesia. Now, normally I would be estatic to be heading to the beautiful French Polynesia islands, however this was a 14 hour flight, we both wanted to get to LA as soon as possible. I suppose we should of known, they were called Air Tahiti after all. With all the shinanagens we didn't ...
... the credit card machine so gave us our room key and let us get into the room and ten rang us later when he'd sorted the problem. We've just had make shift sandwiches an fruit salad for dinner and will probably be heading to sleep soon - tomorrow we are going on a tour of Warner bros studio - hopefully it'll all go to plan! We also need to get the van cleaned in the next few days as we are returning it on Thursday ...
... where he got his boots (his King Gee slip on boots he uses for work) and was disappointed it wasn’t from the US. He know they are really comfortable as he spent many months in Australia and remembers them (still has red dirt coming out of the seams of his jeans). Can’t seem to find them in the US.
... Costume building, the biggest in the industry (even Warner Brothers borrows from them), before moving onto the San Fran subway experience. The tram drove into a sound stage, and then an 'earthquake' and 'cave in' began to occur. This was the same experience that they used on the set of Bones when they featured an earthquake in one of their episodes!
We also went past 'Amity Island,' 'Whoville' (from Dr Seuss) and the set from the TV show The Bates Motel (and ...
... The original painting was sent to Italy where it was transferred to 12 million pieces of venetian glass, returned to LA and reassembled on the wall. Fortunately, it was not one tile at a time. The tiles were pre-assembled on 12" squares of paper which were subsequently mounted on the wall. It is a sight to see.
The cemetery itself is a most beautiful memorial garden that extends for acres. It is astonishingly peaceful and ...