this little one was fascinated by the ethereal creatures at the aquarium.
this east atlanta village facade would look at home in sunny spain.
one word: chihuly.
atlanta is a lot like los angeles. it's huge and spread out and made up of a hundred quirky neighborhoods. I could happily spend a lot more time exploring. it's got all my favorite things: old diners, classic neon, vintage shops and streets full of happy diversity.
- art house theatre
- a rainbow of vintage frocks at so rare in decatur
- ria's bluebird cafe is my new favorite breakfast place in the whole world
- more at ria's
- fish tacos and organic margarita at holy taco in east atlanta village
- guess what this is
- toy rickshaws at so rare (and now I'm kicking myself for not buying one for the yard)
- old school stand-alone urban outfitters (remember back in the day when you didn't have to go to the mall to shop UO and anthropologie?)
- georgia aquarium
- at ria's (really, I did more than eat)
- mesmerizingly beautiful jelly fish
- more chihuly at the atlanta botanical garden
- a storefront in east atlanta village
- silk lanterns
- coffee is just better
- at a classic diner. the majestic is just that.