After a filling meal from Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall Taylor, Megan, and I walked from the Krog Street Market to Piedmont Park on the busy Atlanta Beltline trail. This trail was full of interesting artwork, musicians, and shops for us to marvel at and wander around.
The Krog Street Market was a great place to start our walk. We explored several shops and would’ve been tempted by the food had we not just eaten such a large brunch. If it were a touch hotter outside, I have a feeling we would’ve all enjoyed a King Pop for dessert as we walked the trail.
Several metallic sculptures populated the walk between graffiti covered bridges that sheltered guitar and piano players from the midday sun. We finally made it to Piedmont Park after stopping in for a refreshing drink at The Mercury in the Ponce City Market.
Piedmont Park was much larger than I had imagined it would be. The small portion of the park’s trail that we walked included a couple of dog parks, a garden complete with honey bees, and The Legacy Fountain.
All in all, the walk along the Atlanta Beltline was one of the most relaxing and enjoyable things we did that weekend. We could’ve spent an entire day along the Beltline, and I wouldn’t have levied a single complaint.