On Tuesday afternoon I had a couple of hours to spare so I visited the National Gallery of Victoria, just a few blocks from my hotel. It is a pretty cool building with a great museum cafe. I was wowed by the quirky interior architecture and wish that I took a few photos but I was too scared to violate any rules they have about photography. They had lots of signs posted and I didn't want to have some passive agressive, bored out of his mind security guard get medieval on me. Luckily, other folks had more courage than I and you can find their images on Google Images.
This is a photo of an internal ramp that winds around inside the building. The floor is made of glass and it really freaked me out to walk on it. My fear of heights was instantly triggered the moment I set foot on it. I tried not to look down through the floor and see the 2 or 3 stories worth of space between me and the concrete floor below. If you happened to be there on Tuesday and saw a woman walking carefully along, holding the railing as other folks whizzed past up and down the ramp... that would have been me.