April 23, 2014

Personal | Atlanta Streets Alive April 2014 in the West End

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This past weekend, after a full day Hindu Indian wedding on Saturday, we headed over to the West End on Sunday for the latest iteration of Atlanta Streets Alive! Conveniently located right off the MARTA station, we jumped on our local downtown train and headed 2 stops to the West End to let Miles roam the streets in peace. Betty’s Mom is also here from China for a few weeks so it was a great chance for her to get out of the house and see some other parts of Atlanta besides the downtown area! Perfect Atlanta Spring weather meant this was an amazing event, can’t wait for the next one in May!

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

Atlanta Streets Alive 2014 - West End

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