Hotel Astor Viareggio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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..........Just another night, hugging my pillow". (With grateful thanks to Tony Christie). Gedditt?
If you've got this far, you may be wondering if it's possible for us to 'pun' every entry title? actually, so are we. As we're not convinced that we can, we've introduced plan B which is to use song titles or lyrics starting with the above. With probably more songs available than puns, the world's our lobster.
Anyway, how do you confuse The WAG without even ...
... the smell of incense in the air! We had a few seats reserved... there couldn't have been more than 50 people filling the whole church.
The host, a very tall and striking Austrian, came out to introduce the story of Carmen for each of the four acts. The pianist was so smooth and hit so many different notes, it sounded like there was someone playing the flute right next to him. The quaint venue had perfect acoustics and the opera singers ...
... Dan), and they were told by the helicopter ground crew guy from before that we could continue on the path, so they called to me to come and we ran along the path sort of ducking because we could hear the helicopter coming back again :P It was pretty crazy! We were stopped again because the ground crew were working their way along the path as the helicopter was dropping supplies off at strategic points. We were told that we had to wait for six more drops. A few more ...
... said his grandmother’s friend, who was grateful to the liberators apparently was surprised when she found herself pregnant. Her response “I never looked at his eyes. I kept my eyes closed the whole time.” On reflection it was the children of mixed heritage that was the scandal, as he carefully noted all the different forces that had made up the liberators.
Randy and I climbed to the top of the ...
... 1 ½ hour drive in pre rush hour traffic. By 5.55am we were getting very worried and we made the decision to hail down a taxi (the driver was supposed to be there at 5.30 and we had tried the phone number we had been given, to no avail...well, as you can imagine,i was starting to feel a little sick!!)… this was going to be a worry as we knew that the airport was at least 90 kms away and taxis dont tend to stop in Paris (i kept thinking back to 2007 when we had missed a ...