The flagpole park is located on the south side of Queen Victoria's Market. It was originally called Funeral Hill because early European migrants were buried here, also known as Burial Hill. Because this is the highlands, previously overlooking the bay of Melbourne, in 1840 a flagpole was erected here to facilitate sea and land contact, so the name was Flagstaff, in 1880 officially changed to a park.
The French came to the cat to check in the treasure canon store in Europe for half a year, eating the bread and canon of the Netherlands, Germany and France and other European countries, or was surprised by this canon store in Melbourne. 🌔 This kosong store is quite popular in Melbourne, named Lune, there are five stores in Australia, located in Western Australia, Melbourne and Brisbane, I went to the Fitzroy store in Melbourne. 📍 The biggest difference between their home and France's is that the gameplay is more innovative and delicious. For example, in addition to ordinary and ham, they also have honey and chocolate, and the menu is updated according to the store's supply. When ordering, just order it directly according to the can be sung on the table, simple and direct. ☕️ I ordered a sweet, salty two can be sung, honey and ham, plus a cup of Australian white, a total of 30.5 Australian dollars. Compared with the supermarkets selling kosher, their price has doubled directly, but the taste, personally feel more than double. 🥐 The skin is crispy, the filling is full, a bite is directly scattered in the mouth, honey or ham tastes on the tip of the tongue, the first feeling is very amazing, a little beyond the cognition of praise, directly to the level of dessert. Very satisfied with their coffee with a mouthful (their coffee level is not low). 🚈 Although you have to queue up, it is recommended to try to eat in the store. The Fitzroy store is located outside the cat's CBD. After taking the tram, you need to walk for 20 minutes. The address is 119 Rose St., and Google Lune Fitzroy can also be found. 🙌🏻 Don't miss it in Melbourne, it will really be better than France's kosher!
Melbourne flagpole garden is a very beautiful country park, the natural environment here is very good park along the river and built with a large forest and flat lawn, in the autumn grass covered with golden fallen leaves, really very very beautiful, definitely worth a walk.
I have always wanted to write Melbourne city marina, but I can't find this name on Trip.com, so I have to give up. Then write the flagpole garden. The front photos are the flagpole garden, an ordinary block park in Melbourne, especially there are several monuments in the park. It is usually quiet and there are not many people. From here, walk west for about 10 minutes, cross the railway, (or take a tram), to Docklands (Marina Harbour District), the scenery will make you overjoyed: here the sky is blue, the water is blue, the shore is a row of beautiful apartments, the seaside parked a lot of eye-catching yachts. The wooden wall is marked Melbourne city marina (Melbourne City Pier). So beautiful...can't miss the place!