The River Arts District in Asheville, North Carolina reminds me a bit of the Pendleton Arts Center in my hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio. There are studios, galleries and restaurants located near Downtown Asheville, along the French Broad River. Many of them are in converted warehouses. After visiting the Biltmore Estate yesterday, I stopped in this area to check it out.
As I wandered through the buildings/studios, I would ask before I took photos. The artists seemed to appreciate that.
These are some of the paintings that caught my eye…
If you’ve followed my blog for a while…you know I like fire escapes!
Because I’m taking such a long trip…I’m trying to be smart with my money, so I’d like to try to eat out for lunch only. Lunch is less expensive than dinner when dining out. Yesterday, I ate lunch at the Clingman Cafe and enjoyed one of their special sandwiches. It was yummy! Then…for dinner it was a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
I stopped in Downtown Asheville to see the sights and take photos…but I’d only gotten a few streets over before my camera’s battery went dead…so that’s where I’ll head today.
- Exploring Downtown Asheville, North Carolina (gadling.com)
- Asheville Travel Guide Picks Top 10 Free Things to Do in the NC Mountains (prweb.com)
- An Eating Tour of Asheville, NC (cravingchronicles.com)