We had some things to get in Prahran and then R's doctor wanted him to have a chest x-ray for no apparent reason. Don't worry, it won't cost you, so the doctor assured R. From Prahran we caught the tram up Chapel/Church Street.
This is not a bad photo of the lamps on the Church Street Bridge, considering it was taken from a moving tram, sorry stationary tram. The traffic was heavy.
What? The x-ray place is in a sports stadium? The signage was not good but we eventually found it. It is designed for people visiting by car and going into a car park, not by arrivals on the number 70 tram. Hmmm, sports stadium medical place, maybe there will be some hot sporting type blokes there. There was and R inadvertently sat back to back with a muscle guy. I don't have a clue who he was but the staff made a fuss of him, so I guess he is a VIP. I sat next to R and with my excellent hot guy peripheral vision, I kept a close eye on him.
The waiting area had a very nice garden wall.
There was a path directly opposite through to the tram to town. We passed all the major sporting places, except because of the changing commercial names, I don't know which is what. They were all just so deserted but oddly there were five people waiting at the tram stop who must have come out of these buildings.
Now in town, I took a photo while R collected a thousand dollars worth of theatre tickets.