Two nights in Atlanta, GA (visit #6)

We were in Atlanta from 12/31/2020 – 1/2/2021 as part of our Florida in January trip.

the Airstream parked in Atlanta
our Atlanta campground

Atlanta was the second stop on our Florida trip, an easy (well, depending on Atlanta traffic) 3.5-hour drive from Asheville. I’m always unsure if I should include our Atlanta visits here (see the not super-detailed write-ups for visit #1 and visit #2 and visit #3 and visits #4 and 5 as proof) because our campground isn’t open to the public (it’s J’s cousin’s driveway near Decatur), so our activities might not be useful to anybody else’s trip planning. Also, does anyone even visit Atlanta with an RV? The city is huge and all the RV campgrounds are really far away!

Bugsy's anklet
Bugsy’s handmade Christmas present from her cousin. It says “Bugsie”

We were in Atlanta over New Year’s and mostly stayed around the house spending time with family, so I really only have a couple things to report, as due to the holiday and Omicron many places were closed (including all the breweries in the East Atlanta area). Also, we didn’t have to eat out much because our cousin-in-law’s mom was in town from India and made the most delicious food!!! How lucky were we to be in town for that? And we got leftovers to take to Florida!

Revolution Doughnuts
treats from Revolution Doughnuts

Other than homemade Indian food, we ate doughnuts from Revolution Doughnuts. So yummy and they have gluten free options for our gluten-free niece.

paneer salad from Chai Pani
it doesn’t look appetizing here but the Chai Pani paneer salad is so good!!

And we got salads from Chai Pani for our looooong driving day on the 2nd. Anytime we’re in Atlanta or Asheville we try to get Chai Pani for the road!

It’s always a super time in Atlanta, but it’s definitely not a normal Airstreaming destination!

Next up, a looooong drive to Juno Beach, FL.

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