Great sunny views from Skydeck preceded by a ‘virtual’ visual experience which presented highlights of Melbourne; the Museum - amazing dinosaur exhibits amongst wonderfully curated displays; fabulous ‘children’s play area’ - however, this is a timed experience which must be pre-booked; the Aquarium: although some exhibits such as stingrays were well maintained, the penguin enclosure really tested our belief that such exhibits should be available to the public. In the case of the penguins - absolutely not! Replace with documentary film footage. A culinary highlight was the excellent ‘authentic’ prosciutto and cheese on fresh focaccia at St Ali and Queen cafe - in the Queen Victoria Market precinct. Trams are an efficient mode of transport, however, steps make them totally unsuitable for kids’ strollers etc! City transport tram maps are totally bewildering as they do not include all stops nor any indications of which lines are the ‘best’ for particular locations! - on the other hand very helpful team drivers who would down windows several times to assist with directions! With the FIFA women’s matches happening, Federation Square was abuzz, however, ‘tourists’ were left perplexed by the lack of clear tram directions and kept staring at their range of digital and paper maps and station displays! Flinders St train station staff helpful and trains were clean. Rembrandt exhibition was worthwhile and well organised.