Melbourne Day 3

The Monday was the last day of the trip and the weather was perfect! We checked out of the apartment and it was another opportunity to see what Melbourne has to offer before the flight back to Sydney in the afternoon.

Walked to the car rental place to return the keys and took this shot of Collins St.

Tram action.

Nice touch to a shop front.

Walking down Flinders Lane.

The Soup Place.

Breakfast in Centre Place again.

The next stop was Hosier Lane, famous for its street art and graffiti. Dianne headed off to meet her team at the Melbourne office.

Need dry cleaning?

Lush.

Youth Projects Inc.

Diva.

Colourful bins.

AMOCR.

Funky pattern.

Dragonball!

Check out the detail!

On the way to Brunswick St now. City Museum.

Sculpture in a park.

Justin, Christina and myself stopped by St Patrick’s Cathedral.

Gold coin candle donation.

Where we walked in from.

In the middle of the church. It was beautiful.

The organ.

Justin & Christina walking ahead.

On Brunswick St now.

A very little fixie that I saw 3 times, each time locked up to a different pole.

Fatty.

More graffiti.

Justin & Christina relaxing on one of the tiled lounges on Brunswick St.

Support your firefighters!

Cute alien graffiti.

Ever Fresh.

Melbourne Town Hall. We caught the tram back into town to collect our luggage. Tram ride done!

Woohoo we flagged a Prius taxi! This thing is really quiet and it goes!

Time to fly back to Sydney. What a weekend! Good times. Great company. Will travel with you all again. A++!

JDMST EOMM May 2010 - August 29, 2010 - 12:52 pm

[…] Despite the weather, this End of Month Meet was massive. The carpark was full and cars were parked all the way down to the end of the street! Andy, a mate that I met at IPC is back in Sydney to do a bit of filming. He covered last week’s WTAC and did a bit of shooting at the meet. Hopefully you’ll see me in some TV show haha. Van from Melbourne also came up for this meet and it was great to finally meet him since we missed each other when we went down to Melbourne last November. […]

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