Saturday, April 21, 2012

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia



If you are 1st time visit Melbourne and on the free and easy trip, i would suggest you first to visit Federation Square and take a free ride of City Circle Tram...


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia

We took this tram to visit to city center. We took quite a while to understand how to purchase the ticket and route. But it was fun as we have the opportunity to experience life in another culture.


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


 

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia






There is no way we can sitting in outdoor like them in our hot weather here..just envy them..


How cool to see all these students learning photography with their cameras..



Few variaties of Churros..see my homamde churros here.

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia





We went to Visitor centre to get some tourist information

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


City Circle Tram-Free transportation around the city..we took about 1 hour to finish the whole city route

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia

Inside the tram

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia

Buildings along the route

Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia


Federation Square, City Circle Tram, Melbourne Australia

23 comments:

Baby Sumo said...

Lovely pics ;)

The tram is definitely a great way to explore the city. When we used to travel alot in Europe, we used to go everywhere on foot (since weather is cool and nice also), get to see so many things!

anne said...

Lovely photos , Sonia !

Happy Homebaker said...

We were there 8 years ago, I remember taking the free tram around the city on my own, to explore the city and do grocery shoppings with two little kids in tow, it was xmas period and there were elfs and santa claus on board the tram giving out free candies ;) Thanks for sharing your travel photos!

Small Kucing said...

amazing photos

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

看到了好蓝的天空:)

Peony said...

thanks for the photos.
remind me of the lovely time we had there so many, many years ago! My youngest daughter was then only 18mths old. Now she is a mother to a nearly 3yrs old child!

有碗話碗 Rice Bowl Tales said...

I have never been to Australia, it takes about 24 hours to get there from UK ( including transfer ), that's why it always put us off! Thanks for showing us round with your lovely photos ~~

kitchen flavours said...

I would love to visit Australia one day!

Jeannie Tay said...

I hope I could go there again to enjoy all the beautiful scenes and ambients of the country, been such a long time since my last visit there!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Melbourne and Perth are two places I have not been to in Australia, so I am very happy that you have shared this trip around Melbourne. Thanks Diane

Li Shuan said...

These photos bring back a lot of memories to me. Thanks for sharing. At first we still bought tickets when we entered the tram but we saw as if no one was paying so we ask the local how does it work. They told us the officers seldom come around to check n from then on we stop buying tickets. Haha!

Loveforfood said...

I'm so happy to see your new post , what a great place to be... i would love to go there too...

Belly Good Cooking said...

Lovely pics there. Can see that u have travelled to quite a lot of places. Envy u lah, haha. Hope can go there someday. :)

Simple Person said...

My uncles stay there....
I think is time to plan a visit there... KekekeSimple....

ogyep yummy mellow said...

nice photos... so many attractive places ya... never been there... sobsobsob..

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

St Paul's Cathedral is beautiful! Thanks for sharing pictures from your trip!

Lori said...

We haven't been to Australia yet, but we will keep this in mind when we finally do. It looks like a really neat place. And I have to say that was quite a selection of churros!

Anonymous said...

Hi!Sonia,hv U make a visit to your ex-boss in Melbourne??

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Dont know why I can only view 2 photos in this posting! Anyway, I saw a very important word here, "churros!" The last time I had that was just 1-2 days b4 my daughter was born(in nearly 2 years ago)! I was planning to make them at home but still haven't taken real action yet!

sean said...

好羡慕哦!

Sissi said...

Excellent photos and a great Melbourne guide! I have never been to Australia, so it was a pleasure to discover an Australian city through your post.

elaine chan said...

Is this the hop-on-off tram that take you around free of charge for tourist? I took this tram with my daughter to go around the city. Great photos!

DAPUR ITU DUNIA KU said...

hi... melbourne is a great place to visit .. i has been there in october last year

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