Quest Brighton On The Bay
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... s cold here in Melbourne …. very cold and it’s not even winter yet. My body has clearly acclimatised to the South African climate and I am feeling this cold weather going right though to my bones. I haven’t spent a Melbourne winter in June or July here for more than four years now and I have no idea how I will cope when I have to spend a full winter here again one day. Fortunately the grandkids, the family and special friends ...
... and hopped on the free shuttle for a little jaunt through town. But we headed home fairly early for what was probably the highlight of our first night in Melbourne, dinner at the Railway Hotel Steak House in Port Melbourne. If you remember, we had shared a couple of bottles of wine with Ray and Pam, from their winery, Derby Estates. So, we took them out to dinner at the Steak House. It was great! We shared a couple of bottles of ...
Melbourne is a really cool city. Everything is really well laid out and easy to get around. There are tons of restaurants and cafes all over the place. I got some really good food there. It was Labor Day weekend, so the city was pretty packed. They had a big fair going on called Moomba Festival.
Most of my picture are from up in the observation deck of Eureka ...
Today was a day of real contrast. Our first full day was spent walking the banks of the Yarra river and getting caught up on some rest before we headed to Philips island for the penguin parade. Initial impressions of the city based on our observations and our driver to Philips island is a city that is highly diversified and on the move, lots of old and new architecture, a very extensive public transit network of electrical powered trams ...
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 ...