Saturday, August 22, 2015
I think Paula and I are getting these famous kiss re-enactments down pretty well.
The latest kiss imitation came at Ostereichische Museum in Vienna’s Belvedere Palace where Gustav Klimt's 1909 “The Kiss” painting hangs. This was during our just completed Danube River cruise from Budapest, Hungary to Nuremberg, Germany.
We’ve also had our photo taken while kissing at the southernmost point of the United State in Key West, Florida, which is customary in front of the Conch Republic marker; in front of Clark Gable’s Cadiz, Ohio boyhood home, where the famous Gable “Gone With the Wind” kissing movie poster with Vivian Leigh is displayed on the front door; and at the giant sculpture imitating the famous World War II-ending kiss photo by the sailor and nurse in Sarasota, Florida.
Heck, we even hung upside down while separately kissing the Blarney Stone at the Blarney Castle in Blarney, Ireland. I French-kissed it; it tasted salty. The Blarney stone, not Paula, who was born a Stone, though.