walk down memory lane

walk down memory lane

To reminisce over memories of past events, especially happy ones. My grandmother spends more time walking down memory lane these days than talking about the present. Sarah: "How did your coffee date with John go?" Amy: "It was pretty amicable, actually. We walked down memory lane for a while, and then we went our separate ways."
See also: down, lane, memory, walk
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What great days, an emotional walk down Memory Lane, And I'm sure me and all the old boys, Given the chance, Would do it all over again.
Myself and Owen Heary met up with Enda Coll and Raf Diallo of Newstalk in the Tolka Park dressing rooms for a walk down memory lane.
The former involves taking visitors on a walk down memory lane when the area was an important mining center, while the latter celebrates the rebirth of the refinery.
Summary: A walk down memory lane for Trevor Pereira, 20 years after 1999 World Cup moment
But the resurgent star insists he's not here for a nostalgic walk down memory lane - he's here to win.
The programme included two exercise sessions, a church service, a walk down memory lane, conversation cafe, coffee morning, a baking class and two pamper sessions, including foot and hand massage.
Continuing our walk down memory lane as we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we're a little surprised by how frequently the challenges faced today are not so terribly different than those faced by packaging professionals in the past.
STYLE devotees will be taking a walk down memory lane with a Italian fashion house's reflections of past designs and how they have evolved into today's cutting-edge offerings.
It was an excellent documentary and an interesting walk down memory lane. The end caught me by surprise though.
<<< We take a walk down memory lane and examine several popular G&A exclusives over the years.
McCormack took a walk down memory lane with photos of the cast from the pilot.
A retired accountant is taking a walk down memory lane as he tries to put names to some familiar faces.
The Telegraph asked people for their memories of the 'whale paddling pool' and it sparked a huge reaction, as people from across the borough took a walk down memory lane.
The anniversary celebration party, under the theme of "setting the stage for its next 30 years," appealed to both nostalgia-seekers wanting to walk down memory lane, as well as those in their 20s and 30s who are always looking for different ways to party in a unique and exotic atmosphere.