If during the course of my travels, I have the chance to visit locations used in movies and TV shows, I’ll always do my best to take them. Actually, I’ll even go out of my way to take them. It makes for a novel experience, and sometimes that’s all it takes.
Maya Bay (The Beach) and James Bond Island (Man With The Golden Gun) in Thailand. Schilthorn (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service). Ta Prohm in Cambodia (Tomb Raider).
And on my recent trip to Los Angeles, I was excited to add The Dresden, which lays claim to the infamous Swingers scene above where Vince Vaughn gives Jon Favreau the “you’re so money” pep talk...
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