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Hamburg, New York
October 26, 2004
We had our first sip of champagne as we pulled away from the stop. There was very little sense of motion as we dined on paté and kangaroo while taking a nighttime tour of the city. Surprisingly, the food is actually cooked in a kitchen on the tram car, and it was excellent. Paté to start, followed by an appetizer of kangaroo, which we were a bit hesitant to eat, having seen so many at various game parks during the trip, but it proved to be very tasty.
We followed this with the main course of chicken, then a selection of cheeses, and a delicious mousse for dessert. While my mother and I opted for sampling some of the fine Australian wines served, my niece preferred the champagne.
We rode thru Melbourne, out to St Kilda and back. There was one stop about midway through the meal. This was the second time we'd dined on the tram car, and we found it both times to be a memorable experience and an excellent way to conclude our two weeks in Australia.
From journal Holiday Down Under
May 11, 2004
From journal Melbourne town
Wilton Manors, Florida
April 16, 2002
From journal Melbourne: Australia's Second City
January 6, 2001
From journal Marvelous Melbourne