Well, today was my d-o-gzillaz' first Sunday in Hobart. I figured that they are used to going on Sunday adventures with Jeter and Laffin, so I thought I owed it to them to show them a good time in their new home town. So I got Nick and Kate to show them the sights of our lovely little city. I stayed at home in bed, cause it was cold. And I don't really dig faraway adventures.
First, Nick and Kate took them down to the waterfront:
Then, they went to Parliament House, where the Tasmanian Parliament sits:
Then they took a sail one one of the ships on the Abel Tasman fountain at Salamanca Place (Abel Tasman was the first European to visit Tasmania about a million years ago):
Then, Nick and Kate took them to the top of Mount Wellington, about a 30-minute drive from the Hobart CBD. They had to break a few rules to show them around...
Nick and Kate took them up to the pinnacle so they could see the awesome view of the Hobart area. Trouble was, it was snowing up there. So they couldn't see Hobart. But they did have fun in the snow, as you can see:
I sure hope that the d-o-gzillaz enjoyed their first Sunday adventure in Hobart. A few of you have told me that the d-o-gzillaz need names... I'm trying hard to come up with some good names for them. Suggestions are welcome!
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