Hotel Le Reve Pasadena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place after the table read and we were able to see how the old Panavision cameras worked. We saw the original camera that shot the epic film Lawrence of Arabia and the company's numerous Academy Awards.
Saturday morning was our backlot tour of Warner Brother's Studio (referred to from now on as WB). We showed up and watched a quick film on the history of WB before getting on a multi-person golf cart to start the tour. We started by driving around some of ...
... for a few hours to Santa Barbara. We walked on Stearns Warf, a large pier with various shops and attractions. We attempted to go into the museum on the warf, but we weren't museum members so we walked around trying to catch views through the scarce windows. We got some ice cream in waffle cones and walked around, taking in the mighty pacific. It was a beautiful day to walk around Santa Barbara, and I'm really glad we got to visit a place farther outside of LA. ...
Yesterday, Thursday, we went on a little excursion. We went to Beverly Hills (listened to the song by Weezer on the way) to have lunch. A guy from work recommended a place called the Milky Way Cafe. What was special about this place was that it was owned by Steven Spielberg's mother, and what's amazing is she's still alive and interacting with customers. We walked in and we were the first ones there for lunch. We were given ...
... shoot the outside scenes of The Office. Yes, Dunder Mifflin Paper Company is LA, not Scranton, PA. We grabbed hold of the gate where Toby jumped over when he decides to run home after getting locked in the office.
The next locations we visited might not seem too iconic, but they all come from what I consider to be one of the best science fiction movies ever as well as THE best time travel movie. Yes, I'm talking about Back to the Future. We stopped by Marty ...
... home about the day and came to the conclusion that I wouldn't have missed it for the world, but it was better viewed on TV, at home, in the family room, warm and comfy....Would I do this again ?? Probably....
When we got back to our campground, Gail was waiting anxiously and told me that the electricity in Charlie had gone out. The furnace worked, so she didn't freeze, but she couldn't watch the parade on TV. I searched for ...