We next turned left and travelled down Johnston Street, where our street art hunt began in earnest. There are so many little side streets with hidden treasures located inside them. You just never know what you might find, and we were fortunate to spot some amazing pieces both here and around Brunswick Street as we also browsed in some shops and stopped for a coffee at The Fitz Cafe.
After our fun afternoon we headed to the train station to get to AAMI Park and partake in another of Melbourne's favorite past times- sport! Tonight thanks to my friend Justin we got to join him to watch Melbourne Victory vs Adelaide United in an A-League football match (or soccer for us Americans). The Adelaide fans were in their own small corner of the stadium, but they made up for it through their loud voices. There was also the amusing chanting and dancing from the Melbourne Victory supporters in the north and south ends of the stands throughout the night.
The game itself was quite a good one in this battle for third place on the ladder. Adelaide scored a quick goal at the start and were leading 2-1 at the half, but the Victory came back in the second half and scored 3 goals within a 19 minute period, which had the crowd jumping and cheering each time. Despite a goal by Adelaide near the end of the match Melbourne held on to win 4-3 in one of the more entertaining matches of the season.