Thursday, October 5, 2017

Fremantle.. Up and down the cappucino strip..



I may have mentioned before that I find the lure of heritage buildings en masse irresistible and one of the reasons that I take every opportunity available to visit Fremantle.. that and the excellent coffee and just about any kind of food that tickles your fancy :) The cappuccino strip here on South Terrace has to be pretty close to 100% heritage. Above the Scots Presbyterian Church, first service in 1890. One hundred years later, give or take a few years, the buildings may look the same but the use of them couldn't be more different. Happy Thursday, take care and stay safe.. P.s. not enough hours in the day yesterday, big catch up today!


26 comments:

  1. That church really stands out beautifully.

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  2. Such a beautiful place to stroll and take it all in.

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  3. I remember this beautiful city from a previous post of yours! I thought it was delightful then and think the same now. I'd be visiting it often if I was fortunate enough to live close by!

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  4. More Hours In A Day, totally. Thanx for sharing these beauties.


    Cheers

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  5. That strip looks fabulous, Grace! I'd be there a lot too and I don't even drink coffee! ;-)

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  6. Love your photos Grace, I can't get enough of Fremantle, and I'm so excited because I'm coming over again next month to see my darling youngest daughter :-)

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  7. I wouldst mind sipping a cup of coffee at Sandrino's one day

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  8. Fremantle is an appealing looking town with those traditional buildings and all the cafes. I would love to have a coffee and sit at a sidewalk table to watch people walk past.

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  9. This must be a popular place for lots of people. Just look at all those people out and about.

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  10. Looks like a great place to visit.

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  11. Now that's my kind of area to walk around! That church is beautiful!

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  12. It's a great city. I suspect it is one of those that was preserved by neglect before being 'discovered'.

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  13. Oh, yes, a (yummy) beauty, I miss that place, too, Grace.
    And pies. And Grill´d...
    Oh and look at all those beautiful cars!!!
    Very cool.

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  14. It looks so friendly and charming. I'd love to have a cappuccino there myself! ;)

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  15. I like those old buildings with arcadesin front!

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  16. Such a pretty place. Love that first shot.

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  17. It looks a fabulous place and I love cappuccino. Hope all is well Diane

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  18. There are some really gorgeous buildings here - I can see why you'd like to return regularly. (We have a mostly preserved Victorian era city, Port Townsend, about an hour away. I regularly come up with excuses to go there.) And lots of coffee? What's not to like?!

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  19. Looks like a vibrant area and a fantastic place to have a coffee and people watch.

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