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So I finally made it out to the beach!
I had such a great weekend! I started my weekend early on Friday by taking my kiddo to the puffing billy locomotive in the Dandenongs. The train was slow but the sights were amazing. I still can't get over how beautiful the landscape is here. While riding through the mountain we saw alpacas and wild birds, mostly cockatoos. We rode the train up to Menzies creek and had a picnic lunch then boarded the train and went back to the station. We ...
... us near the centre and we headed for breakfast. Grant had given us tickets for a tour of the Cricket ground so we decided to head there running a few errands on the way. On route we stopped at STA and booked our camper to travel back down to Melbourne next year. We are going to travel the coast on our way back down over 2 and a half weeks from the end of March to mid April. I'm really looking forward to that. After that we headed for the tour, we walked there from Flinders ...
... and apparently now the world flagship store. It's the best one I've ever been to - no exaggeration! Not just the stock the building, they've converted a grand old building and it's just spectacular. I know I'm getting excited over a shop but the architecture paired with store design is awesome. I've posted photos to prove it too! I don't think I've stopped to breathe this week so I'm going to sign off now and spend the rest of my Sunday chilling! Much love to you all back home ...
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Flying into Queenstown airport amazing - looks as if you could just reach out window and touch the hillside. Barb and Keith there to meet us. Bag collection ...
... if you like pizza! We found a homely little restaurant called Lady Grange. A self run place serving lovely food. The desserts were amazing! Especially Natalie's "deconstructed dessert" of meringue , lemon curd and pistachio shortbread!! We met and got chatting to the owners who suggested some bars in the CBD of Melbourne (which is not actually the business district but more social area). Before that we at least tried ...