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I got an early start on the trip and broke it up a bit by laying over with Adrienne, Aristotle (and, of course, their charming roommate, Delanie) for a couple of days. It was actually meant to start a day sooner, so I'm very glad I had this buffer of the day or two in LA or the whole trip would have been knocked off kilter! Laura and I were half-way to the airport when I got a text telling me that the flight was ...
... on the plane at their seats. We are flying United Airlines for this leg and it appears they are strict and appear to enforce the allowed "carry on luggage size" so it seems less of an issue. Very smooth sailing and after about 15 minutes after entering the airport, we were checked in and were rid of our suitcases!! We then headed in the direction we were told to go, towards our gate lounge which was gate C96!!! For some reason we seem to always be at the very end of ...
... under you. The tour guide was the best part of the experience, with a pun for absolutely everything! Of course he had the appropriate jungle attire and a jolly laugh as well, so it was a fun introduction to the happiest place on earth.
After the swamp tour, we visited Tarzan's Treehouse. we walked up the top of a spiral staircase and walked across a swinging bridge. Along the way they had mini scenes from the movie all set up with videos as ...
... Day 6 - Warner Bros Studios
After waking up at 8am and finishing the packing, we checked out of the hostel before catching the bus to Burwood.
The morning was spent on a tour of Warner Bros Studios, where a whole range of famous TV shows and movies were produced. There were a lot of really good ...
... resembling a fairy tale, with flying buttresses and medieval architecture meant life long happiness. My dream home was more obscure. I liked anything unique, rustic and chic: I would rather be sent to prison than live in a something generic.
On the way to the sign Roy and I sang, danced, laughed, cried and conversed about everything typical of a Cancer- Pisces pairing. We are ruled by our emotions, and such awe- inspiring sights certainly brought a lot ...