I went to visit a friend at Emory Hospital today and her brother reminded me about Emory Point.
So, then I had Reuben on the mind. So, off to the General Muir. Waiter was excellent! Loved him. The Reuben is very good. The fries are great! The Coke hecho en Mexico was excellent.
This place is yummy! I have only had very good meals here. Get on over there!
The cheesecake will blow your mind! (and I don’t like cheesecake).
Stone Mountain is a great place for a Staycationing Family. There is SkyHike, you can trek through the tree tops and they have zip lines. You can take the SkyRide to to top or you can hike to the top. (I decided to hike, it is not easy,but, it is an accomplishment. I mean, you ARE CLIMBING A MOUNTAIN!)
This is from the top. That is downtown Atlanta in the background Thank goodness when you get to the top there is a great breeze. I met the nicest gentleman who took this photo of me and helped to teach me how to get back down.
There are trails that you can hike around the mountain also. There is also a train you can ride to go around the mountain.
After your day in the park they have the worlds largest laser light show with a fireworks finale!
Atlanta Movie Tours have a few different tours available. A Walking Dead Tour, What’s Filming in Atlanta, Gone with the Wind Tour. My neighbor, Melissa and I were lucky enough to to on the Gone with the Wind Tour. Our tour guide was Margaret Mitchell herself! Isn’t she cute? She was witty, clever and wise, pretty cool for being dead for so long. She showed us her home, you know the Margaret Mitchell house in Midtown. Well, it was an apartment in the house. It was really cute. Here’s the kitchen.My kitchen is small, but can you even imagine it? The tour takes you to The Margaret Mitchell House, Oakland Cemetery, and The Downtown Library.
This is her headstone. I really think the tour was great and I hope to go on another one. It is amazing all of the little facts about our great city that you can learn. It was truly amazing.
I don’t need an excuse to grab a burger, but I am sure glad there was a reason today.
I went to Roxx to get their turkey burger (which is out of this world, thank you Tommy).
Side note, great great waiter! Super nice and considerate. This is a great fun place to dine! No excuses needed!
In Atlanta we have so many varieties of Farmers Markets. This one is huge and a lot of fun. If you can go during the week, it is a lot less crowded so kids can have fun looking at all the different fruits and seafood.They , of course, have all kinds vegetables and they are so diverse.
They have a ton of different spices and nuts.
There is also a bakery and it smells heavenly.
But guess what? You can’t take photos. So, I quit, but, I have to tell you you have to go. It is incredibly clean.
They have all kinds of international foods.The variety is amazing! You have to go see for yourself! Everything is reasonably priced, too.
Go see and let me know what you think.
This place is so far off of the radar. This is a little restaurant on Clairmont across from the Chamblee Library. It is french, obviously, I started with the soup, leek soup.It was very flavorful and but right. Then I panicked I ordered the French Cheeseburger. I mean they had a french menu with mussels and snails and rabbit and duck. I ordered the French Cheeseburger, but, it was very good. The croissant was excellent!
I have to go back for more. Very reasonably priced too.
A great deal to see at this years Decatur Art Festival. It was packed on Sunday. It is a fun thing to do for everyone in the family. They have really great musicians and some really good festival food. I had the Jalepeno corn dog. It was great! I am in trouble too, because it is so good it is craveable. They also offered healthier grub too, but hey it’s a Festival and we are on Staycation! (Yes they had funnel cakes)
They had an open mike for comedians. There were 3 of them and they were all really good. They each made me laugh out loud.
The girl is just in high school. Good fun!
There were a lot of interesting artists, photographers, jewelry artisans, wood workers and ceramist (potters). I got a really cool bracelet.
If you can you should try and make it next year. It really is a blast!