Wednesday, August 16, 2006

It's a quiet evening on the patio at Dakota Blue.

View of the neighborhood favorite pizza joint, Grant Central.


At 4:02 PM, Blogger Robert said...

I'm enjoying looking at and reading your posts on Atlanta. I particularly was interested in your spot on Cabbagetown. I was raised in Toronto and lived in a neighbourhood called Cabbagetown. It got its name from immegrants growing cabbages in their front gardens. Cabbagetown was on the outskirts of the city at the time and was full of tennaments and run down houses. Now it's a very trendy place to live with most of the older homes being renovated and upscaled. The average price of one of those old houses is about a million dollars now.


At 3:35 PM, Blogger Xico Rocha said...

Nice places

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Hello Fellow DP Blogger,

I have launched a new city photo blog all the way from Glasgow in Scotland. The link to my new site is:

I would really appreciate we could exchange links. Please let me know if you add me. I admire the work and passion that everyone puts in to make this community and wonderful as it is.

Keep up the good work!

Glasgow, Scotland DP
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