Magic Trail, Tapas, and Asian Gardeners
After 7 years of living in northeast Georgia (NE GA is a beautiful place with beautiful people–just not where I need to live), I had enough of that seclusion and have recently moved into a condo in Atlanta. It was quickly my favorite place I’ve ever lived. I’ll always love NYC, but this condo itself fantastic, as well as its location. Almost anyone who knows me knows that I am slightly obsessed with Eclipse di Luna, a tapas restaurant in Buckhead, and the fact that my condo is within walking distance of Eclipse di Luna sealed the deal! Before I moved in, I heard rumor (from Scott, the bartender) that there was a trail that led from Eclipse di Luna to my condo. I had him show me one day, and ever since, I’ve referred to it as “the magic trail.” Not only does it lead me to delicious tapas and great fun, but it’s such an interesting path. It is a random dirt road in the middle of Buckhead that dead-ends at a retirement community that is next to my condo development. On my first trek down the magic trail, I noticed vegetable gardens along the edges of the path, but I had no idea who was responsible for them.
This is the Path 400, which comes between my condo development (on the right) and the retirement community (on the left). I hope the Path 400 and the gardens can coexist!