BATMAN Batcave – Jordan The Lion Daily Travel Vlog Posted on October 20, 2019 Batcave Batman camera phone chicago hotels daily dallas hotels free hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas Jordan las vegas hotels lion private jet rental property Sharing travel travel vlog upload vacation Video Video Phone vlog 37 thoughts on “BATMAN Batcave – Jordan The Lion Daily Travel Vlog” Are they hikers or body snatchers? This looks like a job for Batman.Reply Been there twice. Fascinating place!Reply Constructive criticism here: Jordan it would’ve great if you invested in a high def camera, your videos are great but the video quality looks a bit outdated.Reply LOL people view anything about batman…..its a bit of a nothing burger for locals.Reply I was here in 2015 and that rock circle wasn't there yet. What I remember most about that day was all the bugs doing kamikaze runs at me. If your'e going to go here wear some bug repellantReply So fascinating to see the Bat Cave! Thank you Jordan!Reply Loved watching Jah's enjoyment of just being there with you. 🙂Reply I love this one!!!!Reply i like batman back in the 60's tv shows 🙂Reply I really enjoyed batman cave. Am I the only one who hears the theme song during the Vlog.Reply Don Siegel was a great movie director.Reply 🦇Reply Shouts out to the peeing dog.Reply Adam West was a very nice man, i met him and talked with him in 1982. Jordan, if you want to vlog his former L. A. home, i have the address. Adam will always be Batman to me also. How many of you know that Adam's birth name is William West Anderson?Reply Thanks jordan for showing us were the batman tunnel was. Adam west was a good actor no one played batman bettet than he did. Wete is Robin now would be intetesting to do a vlog on him. Jah loves his walks.Reply Yes, you have to love the original!Reply Hi Jordan, I just love the scenery there. I see the Jahster was enjoying his sprint up the track. You can't beat the good old original Batman series and film. Great vlog Jordan.Reply I agree with you on batman although I did like the first one they made after that it is just way over done and repetitive.Reply I may have seen this one before but I love your adventures!! I am the kind of person who rewatches movies!! I guess I am a nerd! Body Snatchers so cool! Thanks Jordan!!Reply So cool! I just watched the original Invasion of the Body Snatchers so this was fresh in my mind.Reply That cave super cool I love Batman so I remember that sceneReply Thanks Jordan, enjoyed this. You must be so fit all the walking you do. Even a cave has a story to tell 🙂Reply I absolutely love bat man you are looking good jordan great videoReply Cool 😀Reply FantastiiicReply You forgot to clean the lenses huh? 🙁Reply I agree the original Batman tv series is the best! Awesome video!Reply I wish you would check out that castle on top of the hill for us.Reply I might do that hike tomorrow thanks Jordan.Reply That "batcave" looks like the same one used in the 1955-59 TV series Highway Patrol, episode # 94, "prisoner exchange copter". Most of the driving scenes on that series were filmed around Mulholland Dr., and the Hollywood Hills. There is one episode where Clint Eastwood is a biker, and two episodes with Leornard Nimoy in it, before he became "Spock". I recognize many San Fernando Valley filming spots, where I grew up. By watching the series, you get very good insight as to how things looked, back then. Great Vlog!!Reply Do you like the original superman from the 50sReply You always have great videos 👍👍Reply I'll say it again Jordan Great idea! The best of Daze with Jordan the Lion!Reply Loved the corny Batman shows. That is the Batman that I like to remember.Reply Thanx for these lil stops. Showing off filming spots of T.V. & movies i love.. I'm on east coast & can't afford to get there in person. Keep it up.. 👍Reply That was cool!!Reply Was this also the cave in the great film classic “Robot Monster”?Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.