Sadly, The Americans have gone.
But I know you will allow me one granny post
before resuming normal transmission.
Don't you find it interesting to be a tourist in your own city?
It always makes me look at things in through a different lens
when I am out and about with visitors.
Like these sculptures of commuters in the CBD...
barely noticed by the locals.
There was a campfire in Federation Square.
Even the Queen Victoria Market looked quite exotic!
Of course, it is always fun to dine out with four and six year old boys!
We went on Puffing Billy, a vintage narrow gauge steam train, in the Dandenong Ranges.
The lovingly restored century old trains and infrastructure
are run by a team of 600 volunteers...
mostly old blokes who love a captive audience.
This one is explaining, in detail,
how the whole thing works to my two Aussie grandsons.
A special afternoon tea to introduce Princess Pinkyness
to her Australian family was well catered for by
The Cook. My old mum, especially enjoyed meeting
her youngest Great Granddaughter (one of 18) for the first time.
Don't forget tomorrow is WinterWednesday... an opportunity for you to celebrate the season with the things you enjoy....write a post and link it to mine.