It was a lovely night. We had delicious food, great (albeit wet) views and terrific service from upbeat waiters who never let me see the bottom of my glass.
|Melbourne turned on some lovely weather|
for our romantical evening.
|Appetisers for four... for two!|
We were seated on a table set for four, and looked longingly at the other side of the tram where couples sat at smaller tables set for two. But our fellow diners didn't show up, and we soon discovered that our side of the tram faced Albert Park, and then the water as we rolled along The Esplanade in St Kilda.
We won that one - high fives all round!
|If you ignore the raindrops, the view is beautiful.|
We wined, we dined, we gazed adoringly
It was a great experience, if a little rushed (there are two sittings, and we were on board from 5.45pm until 7.15pm). And one of the first 'Melbourne' experiences I've had.
Isn't it funny how we travel the world to see new sights and experience new things when we often haven't seen the sights and wonders of our own neighbourhood?
What 'tourist attraction' have you visited - and enjoyed - in your hometown?