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Ghost & Vampire Tours

Asheville Night-Time Walking Ghost Tour

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On this Asheville ghost tour, you’ll explore the city's most bone-chilling locations and discover tales of its storied and eerie history. Plus, your guide will lead you through the dark on a tour of the city’s most spooky sites such as the Basilica of St. Lawrence and Pritchard Park; you’ll even learn how to use ghost-hunting equipment, too.
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A T wrote a review Sep 13
Naples, Florida1,092 contributions339 helpful votes
The Biltmore Village was filled with shops that are in any community or mall. The difference was that these stores were in old homes in what looked like a neighborhood. One word of caution would be to carefully watch where you are walking. We found the brick sidewalks to be uneven.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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camista2 wrote a review Sep 12
Woodstock, Georgia70 contributions32 helpful votes
This series of old houses have been renovated into shops. Quite the variety of shops - most locally owned. Folks in the stores are super friendly. But stores are not adhering to maximum capacities, given the current pandemic, and can be quite crowded. Parking is a challenge and there are no public restrooms (one store recommended we walk to nearby McDonald’s). Overall we enjoyed the afternoon.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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curlyfry_17 wrote a review Sep 12
Cincinnati, Ohio21 contributions5 helpful votes
Nice quite area nothing more than that. Upscale shops and a restaurant. Nice gas station with snacks and drinks.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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travelgal1994 wrote a review Sep 9
Franklin, Tennessee725 contributions128 helpful votes
I understood that this was a locals small business area! Nope there were big name clothing shops around! And they closed early on a Saturday afternoon! We found one or two neat places! Not worth a return sad to say.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Brian W. wrote a review Sep 7
7 contributions3 helpful votes
Just typical mall fare, but outside. Stores include Chicos, Black and White, Joseph A. Bank, etc. I would not encourage anyone to make a special trip just to go to the Biltmore Village. If you are looking to kill time, then it might fill the bill.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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