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Discussion in 'Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plans' started by robertcraig, Sep 5, 2013.

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    Went to HARD ROCK CAFE the place was jumping worth a visit just to see the memorabilia alone and check out the ceiling
     
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    So good that you are having a great time! I've never been in that Hard Rock. May have to check it out sometime!
     
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    Only been there once...it was pretty cool to be sure. Hope you are having a great time.
     
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    This reminds me of the time we went to the HRC near to Universal MANY years ago with some friends.
    For some strange reason [probably because of the background noise...or my English accent :lol:] the girl at the podium kept on asking me for my name. After repeating it several times with no luck, I then said to her "Change it to Eric Clapton" !
    Sure enough, when a table was ready, Eric`s name came out over the tannoy and we took our seats by a table with more than a few sideways glances from our fellow diners. :lol:
     
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    She could understand you to say Eric Clapton but not T.... V.....! Sheesh! But that is a good one. Friends of my parents named their son Gregory Peck. :D
     

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