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... host to a few very different movies, including the 1940's-staged parts of Captain America the movie, the New York Transformers set, an episode of How I Met Your Mother, some of Austin Powers, and also the Chicago set of the Blues Brothers.
After the sets, it was on to the 'experience' part of the tour. This included going through a 3D screen-lined tunnel where we were put into a scene of the movie King King. That was extremely well done (thank to Peter ...
... bob through Jurassic themed large gates and gardens, past friendly dinosaurs and vegetation before entering the danger zone where things start to become intense. The water starts to rush faster and the ride begins to speed up. Next thing we're in darkness being splashed. And then sunlight... But nothing else except for a long drop. We hit the bottom in fits of laughter and shock reeling from the sudden altitude drop and coolness from the water. We disembarked, ...
We actually left Stafford on Friday, and travelled down to Heathrow. Nothing exciting to report apart from driving past the England Football Team Bus - we tried to peek through the blacked-out windows but the people on there didn't look like footballers at all! We ventured into Uxbridge in the torrential rain for an evening meal, and ...
... to experience some of the American brands and places that I'd never experienced before, from Krispy Kreme to Target to In n Out to a real, American Starbucks! I'm so grateful to Lauren and her family for giving me the opportunity to experience it all, and will be eternally grateful to them. I'll give a quick roundup below of the things I got up to this past week: Monday: we spent the day at Newport Beach, ending with a BBQ in the fire ...
So we landed in LAX and took a shuttle to the international airport of LA. When we stepped out of the door, we were greeted by a blast of humidity and heat. We went to our gate and started our 3 hour layover to Narita airport.
We had money left over from earlier at the DIA, so we used the remainder of it here, seeing as how US currency will be no use in Japan. I had an amazing Margherita pizza and it was huge. Lainie got a big huge tub of French fries and Jack ...