Out in Grey Street is the Alliance Francaise de Melbourne. Tres bon.
Back packer accommodation, presumably targeting Norwegian travellers.
Many years ago an acquaintance lived in a flat in this block on the corner of Eildon Road. It was the first and only time I have been warmed by a pot bellied heater.
Salvation Army Crisis Centre.
St Kilda Coffee Palace. Melbourne had many coffee palaces opened in a vain effort to reduce the consumption of alcohol. None lasted very long, but
The George Hotel faces and dominates Fitzroy Street with its perfect location.
Past the traffic lights is what was St Kilda Railway Station. The train line was replaced with a light rail line that can no longer cope with the number of passengers. The bus replaced the St Kilda to Brighton Beach tram, which ran straight across Fitzroy St and teminated in the station forecourt. The bus turns right and terminates around the corner.
Backpackers buy a car to use while they are here in Australia and sell it when they leave, often at a significant loss. Sometimes the cars are just abandoned.
The marvellous George Hotel again, mostly apartments within.
I remember this as the State Savings Bank. It became a hotel known as The Saint. It has been closed for some time and renovations are under way. Well, that is about it.