Monthly Archives: June 2013

Flinders Street Station: “Meet Me Under the Clocks!”

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When you think of things that Melbourne, Australia is famous for, you think of the 1956 Summer Olympics, tall buildings, massive stadiums, cafes, and Victorian architecture.  Trains, on the other hand, wouldn’t exactly be the first thing to come to …

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Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance

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During my first few days in Australia, I spent it touring the great city of Melbourne.  During that time, I visited one of the most beautiful memorials I had ever seen, the Shrine of Remembrance on St. Kilda Road.  Magnificent …

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Napeague: Deliver Me to the Promised Land!

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Somewhere between the fancy landscape of Amagansett, and the maritime charm of Montauk lies the tiny hamlet of Napeague.  Made up mostly of hilly roads, swaying cattails, thick marshes, shady woods, glistening waters, and sandy dunes, Napeague is almost too …

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