Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The view down Little Lonsdale Street with the side of the State Library on the right, apartments on the left and Melbourne Central standing tall in the centre provides a melange of architecture and grunge. The windowed area on the left is a retailer of brightly coloured Korean fashion. The shop is called "YWS" and when I quizzically asked what the acronym meant I was told it stood for "You Werry Sexy"! Bon Vivant J.
Monday, March 10, 2014
There are three characters in "Rigatoni's Quest For Love in Queenslciff". The first is "Queenscliff" itself a charming, historic, seaside town some 104 kilometres to the south of Melbourne around Port Phillip Bay. The second is "Pasta", with all its ingredients, its creation and the enjoyment it offers. The third character is "The Quest" unexpected but is it resolved?
Thank you Queenscliff for a wonderful stay. Bon Vivant Mr & Mrs J.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
With all the commotion, the steam, the sounds and the smells we were even treated to the sight of a steam train up close and personal at the Queenscliff station. Check out the Bellarine Railway for lots of steam train options.
Be sure to visit Melbourne Snaps at 5PM AEST tomorrow for our Queenscliff finale
... Rigatoni's Quest For Love in Queenscliff ... !
Photo brought to from the lens of Mrs J.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
The Vue Grand Hotel sparkles right in the heart of Queenscliff. What an adventure it would be to stay in the Turret Suite located right at the top with 180 degree water views! The hotel also hosts the Faulty Towers Dining Experience; a three course dinner with .. you guessed it ... Basil, Manuel and Sybil. What a hoot that would be.
Oh ... and did I mention ... only three days to go until Melbourne Snaps hosts ...
"Rigotoni's Quest for Love in Queenscliff"