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Starting the Wine, or How to Open A Bottle Of Wine with Your Car Keys
I don't know why we thought we would be able to carry on a bottle of wine in our lage on our way home. But I certainly didn't think the following would be our other option -- it's much more entertaining!
The guys checking over the lage pulled out the bottle of wine from our suitcase and said, "You can't bring this on the plane. You can check your lage or leave it here with us. Or, you know, when's your flight? If you got time, you can go back out and drink it."
Max and I hemmed and hawed. I didn't want to check my lage because I didn't have a lock for it and there were other fragile things packed in there.
"Well, is it going to go to waste? Will somebody atleast get to drink it?"
We didn't get a very sure answer. One of the guys looked at the bottle, holding it in his blue latex search gloves and said, "Oh, this is a good bottle of wine, too."
"Aw! Don't say that!" I said.
"We'll give you some cups if you want to take it back out and drink it. It's a nice day! You should go out on the curb and sit and drink it."
I turned to Max and said, "Why not. Let's just do it. It'll be funny." And I was really curious about the wine. After the wrap party I noticed something different about the hotel desk. After a moment I shouted and pointed. "There's a bottle of wine!" accompanied by a nice thank you note from Pixar. I really didn't want to give up such a thoughtful gift.
"We'll give you a pass so you don't have to wait in the long line again." Wow, they gave us cups and a special pass. I'm going to put wine in my bag every time I check lage!
So out we went. Now how to open this bottle? We certainly aren't able to travel with a corkscrew. So we found the pointiest item we could -- car keys. It worked pretty well actually -- except the grip wasn't strong enough to pull out the cork. So we tried to just mash the cork up and deal with it in the wine. To no avail. So Max put the bottle down on the floor while I steadied the bottle, and he pushed down on the key slightly with his foot.
And then we heard the sound of popping, bursting glass. I was afraid to look down. I thought the entire bottle had crumbled. In fact, only the neck broke without very much mess at all. The cork had been pushed down and no wine was spilled. It was suprising how well it worked out. And I'm pretty sure we didn't swallow any glass.
There were a couple of airport employees watching from afar, and they had grins on their faces when we looked up. The wine was absolutely delicious, and the flight home was great!
Overview of our hotel/coach in Shanghai
Overview of our hotel/coach in Shanghai where we rest while waiting for the transfer to LA
Virgin Trip to America – Went with my loved ones (family n wife) on a package tour (a 40 ppl strong group) over a period of 12 days to California; it is the third-largest state in the United States in size, after Alaska and Texas. It’s a tormenting long distance flight of 17 hrs to and 21 hrs back from LA (our 1st stop at Tom Bradely international airport) but it’s all worth it. Overalll it’s a fantastic experience for all of us; felt the warmth hospitability and amicability of the locals there, great culture, accompanied by breathtaking landscapes along the way and not forgetting the crazy shopping spree we had in all 3 factory outlets that our tour guide brought us to. lol. We stopped by Los Angeles, Nevada, Fresno, San Francisco, a few cities to name.. Our itinerary covered famous landmarks like Las Vegas, Santa Monica, Fisherman Wharf, Golden Gate Bridge, Grand Canyon, Hollywood walk of fame and lots more, not to mentioned rides and time spent at Disney land, California Adventure Park and Universal Studios were truly enjoyable. Weather was fine and relatively cool during our period of visit.
It’s without doubt a lovely country and I relish the opportunity to head back there again.
Some pics to share~
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