It’s a well known fact that I love going to Melbourne, no matter how long the trip.
On a recent trip, my friend introduced me to Top Paddock, somewhere that appears to have a constant queue out the front. Continue reading “MELBOURNE: Top Paddock”
We woke up early the morning of our first tour so that we had time to have breakfast downstairs in our hotel before our pick up time of 8am.
I was delighted to receive an invitation to attend the opening of The Federal in Fremantle over the weekend.
It was suitably from 2pm-5pm on Saturday so I had the pleasure of good blogging friend who I thought might like to check out the venue.
I had recently mentioned that I have not been to Mount Hawthorn very often, my last visit was the Leaf & Bean. This time, Ms. D suggested going to Academy and she surprised me, I had not heard of it. Ms. D had been to Academy before and really enjoyed it so I was more than up for trying out somewhere new. Continue reading “Breakfast At The Mezz”
We left Perth on a flight at 745pm to Bali on Friday night. The flight is not very long making it very appealing to those of us who want to get away for a long weekend from Australia.
D’Avenue is a recent addition to the busy Leederville strip. With seating indoors and outdoors, I envisage this café becoming more and more popular over the coming weeks. Continue reading “LEEDERVILLE: Electric D’Avenue”