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     Asheville offers an action packed vacation.

     Fishing, hiking, camping, eating out in restaurants and cafes, dancing nights away in vibrant clubs and other tourist entertainments are waiting for you in Asheville. can add to these a comfortable stay in any Asheville hotel you choose on-line. Be it cheap offer or luxury Asheville hotel all are offered with maps, photos and secure forms at

     In Asheville you can also occupy yourself with the Pisgah trail system that will carry you 20 miles outside Asheville to discover a panoramic view of the area. You can also take the view in the East Coast's highest peak at 6,684ft that features an observation desk.

     After you come back down to the city you can try some local specialties in the downtown restaurants and also taste a home-made food from local farms. After sunset you should be ready to discover new side of Asheville – its musical scene. You cannot miss it, as Asheville's blues is played in Lobster Trap and more dynamic compositions fulfill the night in The Orange Peel, a club ranked one of Rolling Stone's Top five Rock Clubs.

Other attractions include;

- The Biltmore Estate, the largest single family home in America and is done in Renaissance style

- The City Building, completed in 1927 by architect Douglas Ellington

- Drhumor Building, Romanesque Revival style building from 1895

- Basilica of St. Lawrence, built in 1905, but was elevated in status to a Minor Basilica in 1993 by Pope John Paul II.

- Grove Arcade, a nation's unique building built in 1927 by architect Charles N. Parker

     Today, Asheville has few reminders of its origins as a tiny village at the confluence of the French Broad and Swannanoa rivers. Tourism reshaped it toward a top visited destination that attracts numerous tourists year round and even F Scott Fitzgerald, the famous writer arrived there in the summer of 1935.

     But the most famous personality bred in Asheville is Thomas Wolfe, prominent author who spent there his childhood in a boardinghouse - The Old Kentucky Home that was ran by his mother. Later this place would become a setting for his novel Look Homeward, Angel, where he would doubt his ever return to Asheville, but he actually was back to his hometown 1938.

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