A few weeks ago, we left work early, checked the kids out of school, and drove up to Atlanta for a night at the Fox. After getting up to Atlanta, we parked and decided to walk around a bit before figuring out where we would eat dinner.

All Saints Episcopal in Downtown Atlanta
We walked by this beautiful church, All Saints Episcopal Church and decided to go inside.

Beautiful decor
All Saints Episcopal in Downtown Atlanta

All Saints Episcopal in Downtown Atlanta

This tree right outside the church was a tree climber’s dream.
All Saints Episcopal in Downtown Atlanta

We ended up over on the campus of Georgia Tech.
Georgia Tech in Downtown Atlanta

I wanted to go into their library, but they require a student/faculty ID. So we just admired it from the outside.
Georgia Tech in Downtown Atlanta

Such a lovely campus. You really don’t feel like you’re in the middle of a the biggest city in Georgia when you stand here.
Georgia Tech in Downtown Atlanta

We ate at Gladys Knights Chicken and Waffles. It was unique and good. The boys all had the Midnight Train (Chicken and Waffles). I devoured the Smothered chicken.
Gladys Knights Chicken and Waffles in Atlanta
Outside the restaurant there are lots of beggars. Rob did his good turn, by handing over our 2 boxes of leftovers to one of them.

The Lion King at the Fox in Atlanta

Lion King at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta

Love the Fox Theater, such a nice historic landmark. So glad they didn’t tear it down in the 1970’s.
Lion King at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta

Lion King at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta

Before we got on the interstate to head home, we spotted the brightly lit “Hot & Ready” sign at Krispy Kreme, so we had to stop for a dozen, melt in your mouth donuts.
Krispy Kreme in Atlanta

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