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... not excited for day 4. The plan was the MCG tour (Melbourne Cricket Ground) followed by the Sports Museum. I know nothing about cricket. Josie was in the same boat except she did not know what the word 'overs' was a cricketing term. This was going to be tough. It started well enough with information about the stadium itself and the ins and outs (great pun) of the turf. However imagine going on a tour when all the little anecdotes go over your head ...
... kept on driving we saw a turnoff for a picnic area so we drove in to explore it.
We pulled up in the carpark and started to walk around a bit. It was a reasonable size area, with barbecues and wooden tables, as well as the creek flowing past. We both got excited when we saw a sign for Flying foxes - we assumed this meant the piece of playground equipment! We followed the path where the sign indicated and ended up on a platform looking out over the creek. It was ...
... in. As it was the time I spent there moved me deeply.
Walking back to Federation Square from the Shrine I walked through the Queen Victoria Gardens on a pathway in the shade of many large trees past fountains and statues and it was a welcome reprieve from the afternoon heat. Just before crossing the Yarra into MelbourneI remembered that the National Gallery where I saw the Gaultier Exhibition also had several floors of ...
... money. Boo hooo!!
The next day we continued exploring, starting with shopping at Bourke street mall, travelling using Melbourne's extensive tram network. Following on from this was some more sight seeing, including Eureka tower, Queen Victoria market (must try the doughnuts), Queen Victoria Centre (mainly to eat and use their wi-fi), Parliament house and great sporting venues such as the Ethiad stadium and cricket ground.
In the evening ...
the traditional parade of; cup, horses, jockeys, carriages etc, etc, a great
party vibe. Later made our way to the South Bank area on the river and walked
down to the Polly Woodside, an historic boat and had a nice coffee in one of
the bars before walking down to the marina/docklands area that was similar to
St Catherine’s Dock, London. Decided to
walk back along South Bank where we had a nice lunch in Othello, though Andy’s
moussaka was ...