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... roof structure was certainly a memorable motif. Taking the back steps up to the shrine and looking down on it, was an even better view of it. On the other corner was a memory garden which too looked a place of peace and tranquility. Considering it is Remembrance Sunday tomorrow, we will have to come back to properly pay our respects in such a peaceful and harmonious arena. All trekked out, we took the tram again at a Domain interchange back to the top end of Fitzroy ...
... on weekends...tee-ball, frisbee soccer, downball etc. Friday last week Sarah was awarded Student of the Week for her class and Emma awarded two certificates for her spelling.
We adults have had a rather hectic two weeks as well. Our first shipment has arrived; well most of it - 177 of 179 boxes and our car is now roadworthy and in use. We were a little surprised to find ourselves paying state stamp duty on the car having already paid federal, but hey...the ...
... check (3rd one!) in Dubai she got a little cranky when she wasn't allowed to go run so the security picks her up and hugs her whilst he continues checking. I actually was like oh crud don't take her. But nope they all just like to cuddle her. In London I got quite the thorough pat down. So did the girls alas not so thorough. And for future reference don't try to carry on snow globes. You all will read and go of course not but it happens regularly. Summary ...
... death. Moments later I had set the temperature to bearably hot, the way I like it, or so I thought, cos as I stepped under I realised it was hotter than expected. However, I took it like a man, as it would have removed the skin of a lesser person. "Oh yes!" I thought, "Who"s der man?
A light breakfast with 30 minutes of engaging conversation and we were still on schedule to take on the big city. As it turns out Melbourne is ...
My track then took me down Collins St, to take photos of St Michaels and Scots churches on the corner of Collins and Russel Streets. As St Michaels is made from bricks, it looks quite different to the classical stone structures. such as at Scots Church across the street.
There is now a ...