This morning saw us getting on the train to the city to enjoy the weather and my last Sunday on vacation. Reaching the our destination we decided to start with the art gallery.
Where the entrance is sporting a wall of water and who am I to resist a bit of fun?
We walked through some of the Asian and European exhibitions.
When you bring Mr Three-year-old to places like this, the attention span is limited. We did manage to spend long enough on there to find us leaving in time for lunch. With the amazing weather not eating by the water would have been silly.
As we were walking along the water, helping all that lunch settle in our tummies, we came upon activities organized for the marches marching for the world autism day. Of course there were activities for the children.
Unfortunately the jumping castle deflated before Mr Three-year-old got to jump, so when we later handed him over to his daddy it was a little boy full of energy.
So what does two girls do when children free on a Sunday night in Melbourne? I will tell you! First the find a nice little spot in one of the many Melbourne allies.
Then they order something real yum out of the funny little menus.
Then they enjoy that yummy thing while watching the people go by.
And the rain pour down.
Then, when the rain has stopped and the darling boys gotten paid, they continue their adventures.
The Melbourne international comedy festival happened to be on, and we scored two tickets for the great debate.
I was laughing so hard that my tummy hurt at times. It was an amazingly well spent evening! All that laughing does make you hungry, so before jumping on the train home we went in search for food.
Both of us liking sushi, couldn’t resist the running sushi, or sushi train as the call it here down under.
I went a bit crazy as usual.
As I was just wearing a short little dress, the road home was a cold one, thus I purchased myself my first ever decaf cappuccino.
It tasted surprisingly good, so I might make that an evening habit.
At home we caught the last bit of downtown Abbey before pretty much falling into bed.