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Spirit of Melbourne Dinner Cruise

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If you’ve already explored Melbourne on foot, see the city from a different perspective on an evening dinner cruise—a great way to avoid the daytime heat and see Melbourne illuminated by night. Without having to jostle among crowds, sail the Yarra River and pass Federation Square, Flinders Station, and the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria while enjoying a 4-course meal and unlimited sparkling wine, beer, and spirits all night.
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Linda C wrote a review Aug 2020
Moorpark, California1,043 contributions567 helpful votes
Beautiful St. Paul's Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Melbourne, sits on one of the busiest corners in the city across from Flinder's Station. Built in 1891 with the spires added in 1926-32, it's an impressive Angelican and Neo-Gothic masterpiece by William Butterfield. The Victorian bluestone stripes are especially beautiful and contrast well with the light-colored limestone and sandstone. Graceful arches, gilt, stained glass, and gleaming wood trim decorate the massive interior, while all throughout there are gorgeous mosaic-tile floors. Photos aren't allowed unless one pays 5 AUD, which we were happy to do. Small gift shop with very friendly staff.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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jeffryb wrote a review Aug 2020
Keysborough, Australia371 contributions87 helpful votes
St Paul the Apostle is second only to Jesus in promoting the Christian faith. Without St Paul, Chistianity would be only a small Palestinian sect. It is fitting, therefore, that this Anglican Catedral in the Antipodes is named in his honour. After a few false starts, St Paul's was consecrarted in 1891. It is built in Gothic style, a melding of early English and Decorated style. Visitors are welcome. One can't help feeling that the retention of the early bluestone constrruction material would have been both more appropriate and more durable
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Date of experience: August 2020
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KarenM1_10 wrote a review Apr 2020
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan698 contributions227 helpful votes
The Cathedral is very beautiful inside and out. When we arrived a church service was taking place so we visited the Gift Shop to purchase a post card of the interior. Definitely worth a stop since it’s located near Federation Square.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Rhi21 wrote a review Apr 2020
Arlington, Virginia397 contributions153 helpful votes
While we did not have the opportunity to go inside, just looking at the church from the outside is impressive. Definitely worth a visit!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Mick Chamberlain wrote a review Mar 2020
51 contributions27 helpful votes
Wonderful building service in operation while we were there but still had a good look around nice shop.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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