I would tend to interpret it that way. We recently had an extensive discussion about the 6 of Cups. What makes it interesting is that about half of the old tarot scholars, including Golden Dawn and Crowley, interpret the card simply as "pleasure." The other half introduces the idea of "memories," and some even discuss the notion of dwelling too much in the past.
The 6s in tarot are generally about establishing connections and harmony. In the case of the 6 of Cups, I believe someone is attempting to reconnect or relive a long-lost pleasure. Nostalgia revolves around reminiscing about the "good old days" in the hope of experiencing them again. For example, you share a memory of a day fishing on the lake, and it transports you back. You recall the sounds, laughter, the scent of the campfire, and the pure peace and pleasure you felt during an afternoon with a friend.
This card isn't about seeking new and unexpected pleasures involving taking risks. The aim here is to reconnect with something proven and reliable that brought pleasure in the past. It's like spending time with a familiar person rather than a stranger or using your grandmother's recipe to bake your favorite cookies. You're guaranteed that the old and trusted recipe will please you. 💟