Sunday, January 28, 2007
It was snowy, gray and cold in northeast Tennessee all day today -- but over the mountains in Asheville it was a different world -- which, regardless of the weather, is usually the case! Asheville always feels like a different world. While it is a tourist mecca, Asheville retains its unique, eclectic character. I think most people only know Asheville for the Biltmore Estate, but it is also a terrific place to eat out, visit antique shops and art galleries, and enjoy the interesting architecture and people of Asheville. Above is a reflection of the historic Jackson Building.
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