Our experience at the Sundial was a true adventure, to say the very least. My boyfriend, Leighton, who is deathly afraid of heights, was a complete laugh on the elevator ride all 72 stories up to the lounge. Once we reached our tip-top destination, we took in the great view of Metropolitan Atlanta that the panoramic windows had to offer. Pretty impressive, if you ask me!
While my sister and Leighton gazed out into infinity and beyond, I explored the modern architecture of the lounge. I found the clean lines and wood structures extremely appealing to the eye. I absolutely adore modern art, architecture, decorating...anything clean, simple, and spherical. The greatest aspect of the Sundial though? It rotates!
As we dined and enjoyed our succulent sweets, we were presented with the entire 360 degree view of Atlanta at its best. I ordered cheesecake, drizzled with butterscotch, and topped with fresh, crimson strawberries. Oh, and a side of vanilla bean ice cream. Hey! I had a healthy salad for lunch, you can't blame me for caving into my deep, dark sugar cravings every now and then!
Overall, the trip was a success and a great way to spend a Tuesday in the city! We drove past the High Museum of Art before merging onto the interstate, and I'm determined to go art-gazing before the summer is over! It feels like time is slipping through my fingers like sand; there are so many more things I want to experience before going to school in the fall. I have some catching up to do!