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Greenville, SC - A bit of the West End (and a bonus too)
About a month a go the family and I were passing through Greenville, SC. I had visited the city several times before, but not with the wife & daughter. We had some time (about an hour or so) before dinner and decided to check out how the revitalization of the West End of the downtown area was going.
btw, here's a dandy tour of Greenville hauntedheadnc did not too long ago:
When I lived near Asheville (in Henderson County, which borders Greenville County), I would go to Greenville often. It has something new to see every time. It's a great city and is as beautiful as it looks in photographs. There are also great neighborhoods nearby too. It's been a while since I was in Greenville. I remember the new building (in number 36) was under construction around the last time I was there (almost topped-out). There are a few more under construction for my next visit. Great city and thank you for sharing.
Great shot's of Greenville, honestly don't find myself up there that often prefer Charlotte but its still a great place. Loved the pics of South Of The Border as well. That place cracks me up everytime I pass by
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