Loop Roof is another great little laneway, rooftop bar in Melbourne. It’s on Meyers Place in the building next to Lane’s Edge.
Beneath Driver Lane is a funky little bar with a speakeasy vibe in the basement of the building next to Penny Blue on, you guessed it, Driver Lane, off Little Bourke Street opposite the old GPO.
Lane’s Edge is a small bar at the top of Bourke St that is reminiscent of the small beer gardens of your local pub from yesteryear.
Down a little laneway called Driver Lane off Little Bourke Street is a craft beer bar with an ecclectic fitout.
My fourth trip to Japan took place in the northern hemisphere autumn in October.
The weather was still very pleasant with only a couple of days that were cold and wet while there were also warm days thrown into the mix.
I flew into Narita from Melbourne on a Monday evening and rather than taking the train as I have done in the past I chose to take the limousine bus that would drop me right at my hotel, the ANA InterContinental Tokyo. If I’d taken the train I would have had to change to the Ginza subway line at Ueno and then walk about 500m to the hotel. My guess is that the bus saved me 30 minutes or so.