On Monday, Denny had the day off and we planned on finishing up Christmas shopping for the gifts we need to ship. Well, we got a little bit sidetracked when we saw that Elizabethtown was playing at the Iruma theatre. So, we decided to go to a place the American's have dubbed "Truckstop Gyoza" (the sign on the outside says Manshu Gyoza in katakana along with some kanji) because Denny wanted some ramen. This place reminds us of a Waffle House without the waffles. I had the yakisoba which was really excellent. I dare say it's the best yakisoba I've had here. Denny had the ramen and we shared a plate of gyoza. Yummy meal. After our meal, we drove to Iruma to see the movie Elizabethtown. Really great movie...we really enjoyed it. So much so, that after, as we were walking out, Denny looks over at me and says "I wonder what's playing next?". So we looked and In Her Shoes was showing in about 15 minutes, so we decided to do a double feature. We bought more tickets and snacks and headed back into the the theater. Needless to say we didn't get any of our shopping done. Luckily, he had the day off on Tuesday as well. Now, about those snacks, our first round we each had a chocolate churritio fresh and hot. They are really the best snack ever, and I'm so sad that they dont' have them in the U.S. Our second go round, I went for the Harry Potter snack pack with the holographic cup and chocolate popcorn. Denny shared this with me, but couldn't wait to have another churrito. We asked the lady who sold us our food to be in the picture and she thought we were really funny. By the way, In Her Shoes was another really good movie. We had a very good movie day. Of course, having a double feature off base wasn't cheap, but it sure was fun.