Early in the morning, I flew to Melbourne to visit St. Patrick's Church, Fitzloe Garden and Captain Cook's Cabin. St. Patrick's Church is the largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. Fitzloy Garden is one of the five largest gardens in Melbourne. Although it is already winter, the whole garden still has the magnificent autumn yellow leaves (my favorite scenery); then I went to Melbourne's landmark. One is Federal Square, which passes through the Museum and Flinder Street Railway Station, drinks a cup of coffee, feeds seagulls in the Square, enjoys the Victorian Art Center, and finally takes a 100-year antique tram to enjoy the city scenery and end the day's journey.