Heading back over the Westgate on our way to St Kilda
St Kilda's lovely old Palais Theatre
A different side to Luna Park's Mr Moon entrance
Melbourne's Luna Park is 100 years old next month
Luna Park's beautiful carousel. As we took photos,
a group of 60-something couples saddled up.
You're never too old for a merry-go-round
We're midgets! Oh, how we laughed
Early evening, St Kilda Pier
When I looked at this photo of a skydiver over
St Kilda on my PC, I realised I'd also taken a photo
of two rainbow lorikeets sitting in a tree
After St Kilda, we drove to Richmond for a burger and Fritz Gelato. Before we decided to go to Williamstown, Luke asked me what I wanted to do with the day and my only plan was to have the blood orange gelati at Fritz Gelato. I had to resist the lure of all the icecream shops in Willamstown to hold out for Fritz, and it was worth the wait. I had the blood orange, passionfruit and lemon. They were all zesty and tangy and delicious.
Finally, here's all the old signs from Saturday and a couple from Sunday.
McWilliams Cream Sherry, on the derelict
Britannia Hotel in Williamstown (below)
I can't tell what this one says. When I got out of the
car to take this photo...
I saw this one on the side of another pub in Williamstown
The best sign find of the day (thanks to Luke)
There's several signs on this old grocery store on Melbourne Road, Williamstown. Some are too faint to make out, but some are clear enough to read.
Berger Master paint - keeps on keeping on. It looks
like there might be another old sign underneath
Cheap cash grocer
Nestle's Chocolate, Burnley Street, Richmond
Fancy a counter lunch at the Grand Hotel?
Turns out pubs are quite a good source of
old signs. Also on Burnley Street
This isn't an old sign, but it amuses me. I guess it turned
out Keith was way better at pasties than pies