Eastland Shopping Centre (mall) was nearby to our destination's train station, the ceiling:
The Ladies toilets
Famous Melbourne department store chain, Myer:
Back in the city again, at the Victorian Arts Centre, one of the performing arts buildings
I had a play on the foyer piano, the sheet music on the top was all Beethoven.
Showing the burnished front counter, and carpet in the foyer:
I was interested in the Wig Wam shape of these chairs in a hotel in Spencer street:
A bar/cafe with an interesting display, also in Spencer st:
Plastic platypus in the foreground, an Australian animal:
And then we ran to catch the last coach home!
Cath why're you taking photos of toilets now? :)
The hotel looks very smart though and it's always great to see public pianos!
I thought the toilets were pretty flash for a shopping centre. Indeed that whole wing was flash, containing some big brand stores with prices to match. I'd say it cost a pretty penny to build. It was nice to hang out there while waiting for our train.
I loved all the photos....it looks like a great new mall....I also loved the toilets with the full length doors.
What along day traveling. At least you had a little fun break.
Shopping centre owners are still investing in upgrades, extensions, etc, but I wonder if they can compete with online shopping.
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