Beer Garden

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Re: Beer Garden

#61 Post by Omicron » Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:52 pm

jk1237 wrote:hey peoples, i dont know if im behind the times or not, but a Melbourne style open roof-top bar has opened down Synagogue Place off Rundle St. Its above the Market Bazaar building. Havent been up there myself, but Ive heard its great from a good friend. I rode past tonight and it looks great from below, but it wasnt open on Mon. Im hoping there are some great views of the city skyline from the top. Enter via the market bazaar. Anyone had a look? Pistol, its just around the corner from u
Oh? Do you know the name, by chance? I've always liked the idea of rooftop bars, but I've never had the opportunity to visit one. Might be worth a look.

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Re: Beer Garden

#62 Post by jk1237 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:01 pm

I dont know what the name is actually. I spotted what looks like a portable dunny in one of the corners, and it looked like they puts some little trees in planter boxes to hide the sides of the dunny :lol:

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#63 Post by Omicron » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:04 pm

jk1237 wrote:I dont know what the name is actually. I spotted what looks like a portable dunny in one of the corners, and it looked like they puts some little trees in planter boxes to hide the sides of the dunny :lol:
Oh, classy! Like being at the Garden, and treading through puddles of god knows what to try to get to one of the portaloos.

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#64 Post by jk1237 » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:14 pm

well im guessing like the Melb ones, these older buildings dont have the greatest of plumbing on the rooftop, so we must thank Kenny's portaloos. :lol: Nonetheless Matty, its looks interesting, so check it out, when your out on the town. I may have to get some photos :P It may have to be put on the pub crawl map. Got no idea how big it is up there

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#65 Post by Omicron » Mon Mar 31, 2008 11:27 pm

jk1237 wrote:well im guessing like the Melb ones, these older buildings dont have the greatest of plumbing on the rooftop, so we must thank Kenny's portaloos. :lol: Nonetheless Matty, its looks interesting, so check it out, when your out on the town. I may have to get some photos :P It may have to be put on the pub crawl map. Got no idea how big it is up there
I was going to say - this sort of thing sounds like a fine addition to the SenAd pubcrawl. If I do happen to stumble past this weekend, though, I doubt I'll remember ever being there, let alone what the damn thing looks like. ;)

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#66 Post by Wayno » Tue Apr 01, 2008 6:41 pm

jk1237 wrote:hey peoples, i dont know if im behind the times or not, but a Melbourne style open roof-top bar has opened down Synagogue Place off Rundle St. Its above the Market Bazaar building. Havent been up there myself, but Ive heard its great from a good friend. I rode past tonight and it looks great from below, but it wasnt open on Mon. Im hoping there are some great views of the city skyline from the top. Enter via the market bazaar. Anyone had a look? Pistol, its just around the corner from u
sounds interesting, couple of picture please from who ever next visits!
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#67 Post by Cruise » Tue Apr 01, 2008 6:46 pm

Omicron wrote:
Cruise wrote:now this is why i got a trade, I'm almost guaranteed work!!!
Cruise wrote:
I love people that continue to think like this. It will just lead to a bigger shortage of tradespeople. keep it going up (like my wages)
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jk1237 wrote:Make sure you have lots of money if ya wanna buy something though.
well then that counts me out
Oh, hush you. :wink:

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.... yes you can, i can fit one to your bed for "entertaining" :D

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Re: Beer Garden

#68 Post by Norman » Thu Apr 03, 2008 12:12 am

I couldn't believe it either! :shock:

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How clean is that!?!

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Re: Beer Garden

#69 Post by Omicron » Thu Apr 03, 2008 11:39 pm

Cruise wrote:
I have my money tied up in other enterprises.


.... yes you can, i can fit one to your bed for "entertaining" :D
Yes, the bed, and the floor, and the couch, and the benchtop, and the pool table, and.......

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Re: Beer Garden

#70 Post by Omicron » Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:25 am

MSN (or Windows LiveMolestor or whatever it's called these days) is a twat.

There, I said it.

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Re: Beer Garden

#71 Post by monotonehell » Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:38 am

Omicron wrote:MSN (or Windows LiveMolestor or whatever it's called these days) is a twat.

There, I said it.
Who uses that rubbish? Get http://pidgin.im/
Pidgin is a graphical modular messaging client based on libpurple which is capable of connecting to AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, XMPP, ICQ, IRC, SILC, SIP/SIMPLE, Novell GroupWise, Lotus Sametime, Bonjour, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu, and QQ all at once. It is written using GTK+.
If any of that means anything to you then yay.

Also why am I awake at 3:38am? *goes to bed*
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Re: Beer Garden

#72 Post by Omicron » Fri Apr 04, 2008 3:41 am

monotonehell wrote:
Omicron wrote:MSN (or Windows LiveMolestor or whatever it's called these days) is a twat.

There, I said it.
Who uses that rubbish? Get http://pidgin.im/
Pidgin is a graphical modular messaging client based on libpurple which is capable of connecting to AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, XMPP, ICQ, IRC, SILC, SIP/SIMPLE, Novell GroupWise, Lotus Sametime, Bonjour, Zephyr, Gadu-Gadu, and QQ all at once. It is written using GTK+.
If any of that means anything to you then yay.

Also why am I awake at 3:38am? *goes to bed*
I should probably ask myself the same question.

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Re: Beer Garden

#73 Post by Omicron » Sat Apr 05, 2008 11:26 am

Mysteries Of Life #78:

Why Clothes Do Not Hang Themselves Out On The Line.

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Re: Beer Garden

#74 Post by rogue » Sat Apr 05, 2008 11:19 pm

Another pint of Pale thanks bartender..... :mrgreen:

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Re: Beer Garden

#75 Post by crawf » Wed Apr 09, 2008 1:20 pm

Hey guys, I fly of to Darwin tomorrow night for a well needed 2 week break :D. I have never been to Darwin before, so is there anything I must see or do while I'm up there?

Btw this will be first time I have ever flown, so that could be interesting :lol:. Though I've been on the Ghan to Alice Springs, V/Line and the Overland before.

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