Youth's Hostels Or How to Travel with a Group on a Shoe String Budget

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Lulu.com, Mar 1, 2006 - Travel - 132 pages
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This is a memoir about the Pegasus Players 1961 performing tour of 16 German Universities. The troupe slept in various youths hostels, (as cheap accommodations, )while traveling on a shoe string budget. The narrator, Queen, newly married to the playwright's son, comes along on what she thought would be her honeymoon with Alex. Within the romance are many intricate plots, and the setting at that time of history makes it fascinating reading, as well as a documentary. The narrator it may be noted seems to be suffering from a mild case of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
 

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Contents

A BRIEF SYNOPSIS
5
DEDICATION
7
FOREWORD
9
FRIDAY JUNE 23 1961
13
SUNDAY JUNE 25 1961
24
WE MEET TANTA BABY
27
SUNDAY JUNE 25 1961
33
THE PARK IN HILDESHEIIM
34
THE MOUSE ON MY BED
87
WEDNESDAY JULY 5TH 1961
88
THURSDAY JULY 6 1961
92
FRIDAY JULY 7 1961
93
SATURDAY JULY 8 1961 FRANKFURT
94
SUNDAY JULY 9 1961
97
WURZBURG
100
TUESDAY JULY 11 1961
101

MONDAY JUNE 26 1961
42
WEDNESDAY JUNE 28
43
WE MEET THE KLUGE
47
SEARCHING FOR GIFTS
50
UNCLE HANS MARVELOUS FISH
53
TUESDAY JUNE 27 1961
54
DEPRESSION AND A NIGHTMARE
58
FRIDAY JUNE 30 1961
61
WE VISIT THE NOMANS PATH
63
HERE IS THE STORY I TOLD BABUL
65
THE CAST GOES SWIMMING
68
SUNDAY JULY 2 1961
77
MONDAY JULY 3 1961 MAGDEBURG
79
THE SPIDER
84
TUESDAY JULY 4TH 1961
85
ALEX MEETS HIS FATHER HE HAS NOT SEEN IN 23 YEARS
103
THE TOWN OF STUTTGART TREATED US TO COFFEE AND CAKE
105
WE SAY GOODBYE TO THE CAST OF THE PEGASUS PLAYERS
106
FRIDAY JULY 14 1961
107
SATURDAY JULY 15 1961 NOMI LOSES HER RECORDS
110
I AM BEING USED AS A FUNDRAISER
113
SUNDAY JULY 16 1961
116
MONDAY JULY 17 1961
118
TUESDAY JULY 18 1961
120
THURSDAY JULY 20 1961
121
SUNDAY JULY 23 1961
122
MONDAY JULY 24 1961
123
TUESDAY JULY 25 1961
124
EPILOGUE
126
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