Asheville was named America’s happiest city in Eric Weiner’s The Geography of Bliss. The drive to Asheville curves through mountains and valleys, offering a view into a blissful life. Once we arrived in Asheville, the streets offered many interesting images. We stumbled into history in the making with the Occupy Asheville peaceful movement.
Images of the silver lady.
And street performers.
Asheville is also home to many amazing restaurants, like Tupelo Honey Cafe. We waited an hour and a half for a booth; however, the homemade biscuits were worth it. Seriously, go there now.
We also caught great moments between friends.
I also made a guest appearance.
This one gives me a chuckle.
When visiting Asheville, you must go to the Biltmore. The estate is the largest private residence in America. Finished in 1895, it has 250 rooms!
On our drive back, we had to stop by Goats on the Roof. And yes, there are truly goats on the roof!
Yay – another moment captured!
Normally, this image may get cut; however, the expressions were great and we kind of like the goat behind Jason.