My second-favourite time of the week is the hour I spend kneeling before the Blessed Sacrament exposed on Friday evening (my favourite time of the week, of course, is that spent at Holy Mass). Typically I have time to address God in prayer; to recite hymns, antiphons and prayers in honour of the Blessed Sacrament; to say some of the daily office in some form; to pray over the texts of the Mass (as a Missa sicca); to recite the Rosary; and (should the priest be present) to step aside to make my confession. My only regret is not having more than one hour a week for this: if only it were every day!
Eucharistic Adoration is held every Friday at St Francis, Riverside, Tasmania, from 7 am to 7 pm (save for the usual Friday morning Mass at 9 am), normally concluding with Benediction at 7 pm, but on First Fridays culminating in a Holy Hour from 7 till 8 pm. If even one reader should attend Adoration here or elsewhere, I will be delighted, and beg that they pray for me, a sinner.