Monday, May 23, 2005

Hotel Creates First Drive In For Dogs

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Picture this: A hotel in Annapolis, Maryland, is about create the first drive-in movie theater for dogs.

Starting June 5 – which is the 72nd birthday of the day that the drive-in movie theater was created by Richard M. Hollingshead – the Loews Annapolis Hotel will have their own doggie drive-in.

Every Sunday after that, a new movie will be displayed on a screen at the patio of the Loews Annapolis hotel, and concentrate on the best in the canine cinema canon, like Lady and the Tramp, 101 Dalmatians and Beethoven.

The Flatotel in Manhattan will also honor the drive-in by holding an open air theater outside their Italian restaurant MODA where they’ll show classic Italian films in a program called “Fettucini & Fellini.”

Finally, the Westin St. John Resort & Villas in the Virgin Islands will do a unique take on the drive-in with something called a “float-in,” where film buffs float in a 13,000 square-foot pool while watching movies.

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