Extended Stay America - Los Angeles - Burbank Airport
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... Foster. Now that was an absolute treat. We walked up their stairs into their lounge and I sat at their dinner table. We went into the props room got to see all the different props used. Saw the chair from Dexter. Saw a statue that has been put on hold for an episode of castle. The guide was amazing. Completely knowledgable, knew his stuff. We had a fine dining lunch experience, Met Cass Warner - Harry Warners grand daughter relieved a signed copy of her book. ...
... we were about to tour. Our guide introduced himself to us in the movie room and then led us and eight other people out to the tour car. Our guide was Andy, and first off he pulled over to a small parking lot to get to know us all.
I jumped at the chance to sit up front as soon as he asked for a volunteer so got a very comfy ride around the studio lot. As we were all getting to know each other however a car pulled up and tried to park in the space behind us. ...
... behind me couldn’t stop in time. The driver swerved into the shoulder and their car came up alongside me. If we hadn’t been in the outside lane swerving would probably not have been an option and the lovely white Prius would have ceased to be so lovely.
There’s an announcer speaking in French now: Mes dames et mes monsieurs s’il vous plait… I didn’t see that coming. ...
... purchased and we wrapped them around our necks to stay warm. We were in line for over an hour, sat another 30-45 minutes waiting for the taping to start and then the show concluded at around 9:30. We were told to expect to be there for about another hour. So, with the multi takes and script changes (they will often try a line different ways or improvise the line and then see which looks better in editing) I guess we did pretty good.
Home to bed. What a crazy, wonderful day!
A smoggy or foggy morning, I don't know the difference, we rise and ready ourselves to meet Tracy and Bill in Burbank for breakfast. I feel sick - like a hangover: head and stomach ache. My throat is not my friend either. How rude of my body not to cooperate on this of all days.
I pump myself full of vitamins and natural remedies like echinacea, grab my water bottle and off we go.
It's an exciting drive... for a drive on LA freeways, not so... it's the ...