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It wasn't much of a day to venture up Eureka but time was of the essence so Marky Mark and I met up in town with a mission.

Hoping for the skies to clear up we took a stroll







The ANZ is still a great looking skyscraper


View from Queen St





The skies didn't improve so we took the risk and went up anyway.
And yep...







Back down on street level again



Wonderful Southern Cross Station



The old pub on the corner of Spencer and Bourke still awaiting a demo team



Looking down Spencer St

 

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The old pub on the corner of Spencer and Bourke still awaiting a demo team
Did you cop a bit of urine smell too? lol.

Should have told us you were coming, we'd have rolled out the red carpet for you and organised a meet around it.

:crazy:
 

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Melbourne still looks great in the gloomy weather. I love being able to see the lit-up interiors of the buildings on such dark days
 

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Melbourne looks great. It looks cold, But I like the weather, You do get sick of day in and day out sunshine.
 

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Yeah but Dunedin is my true hometown (Were I was born and lived 8 years of my life), I live in Townsville atm. ;).
 

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While the weather wasnt perfect to admire the views, at least there was no glare from the windows. The glare ruins the view on the nice days :(

And I cannot wait to see Spencer St in the next few years once the old powerstation and The Age sites are redeveloped. It's only going to get better for the strip :)
 
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