Gwinnet Daily Post in Georgia visits Asheville and has delightful things to say about it.
My last visit to Asheville was in the early 1990s, and I never would have imagined what it would become in the year 2005: a breathtaking community filled with artists' studios, restaurants, bistros, shops, nightclubs and, of course, eclectic bookshops like Malaprop's.
Who knew this once-hidden outpost in western North Carolina's landscape would be the center of a strong concentration of creativity and beauty? Nowhere in the Southeast can you find this much class, style and culture.
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