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Greenville, South Carolina is not your typical Southern town. As home to the International Headquarters of BMW and Michelin- the city is not only a melting pot of people, but flavors.
With culinary influences from all over the world, this Southern town has become a foodie destination.
The perfect blend of creations- everything from falafel to Weisswurst; monkfish liver to Mediterranean tapas, fill the city and of course- good ‘ole Southern cooking with a pinch of tradition and a dash manners combine to form Southern Hospitality at its finest in Greenville's kitchens.
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For the Ultimate Driving Experience- there's only one place in the country you can go. At the BMW Performance Drive center in Greenville, South Carolina you can drive BMW's the way they were meant to be driven- 90 miles an hour on a wet/dry track, slalom race course and more. The most exhilarating way to spend an afternoon.
And while you're on the car track (pun intended), check out Michelin on Main, Michelin's first trademark retail store in North America. The only retail store of its kind features Michelin-inspired products along with multi-media presentations, unique displays and of course the popular Michelin man, Bibendum. You can find everything from coffee mugs to Christmas ornaments, stuffed toys to golf balls- all with the signature Michelin Man himself.
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Gas prices got you down? Greenville, South Carolina's got you covered. Start out by giving yourself a history lesson thanks to Mice on Main, a self-guided tour of nine mice that begins in front of the Hyatt Regency hotel along a nine-block stretch of Main Street between the Hyatt & the Westin Poinsett hotels. Next head to the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and Baseball Library, located in the house in which Jackson lived and died. The museum displays artifacts, photographs, film, books and other items of interest associated with his life.
Hop on the free trolley to ride back towards the east end to catch the live outdoor music of Main Street Fridays, held at NOMA Square in front of the Hyatt every Friday from mid-March through September. This Friday night tradition provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy downtown Greenville on our award-winning Main Street- and while you're at it, take a leisurely stroll through Falls Park and stop to pose for a photo on the now iconic, Liberty Bridge- the 400 foot suspension bridge that hangs over the falls.
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Also known as Bikeville, Greenville, South Carolina has become a hub for avid cyclers. One of the most popular trails in the area is the Greenville Hospital System Swamp Rabbit Tram Trail, an 18+ mile biking trail that runs along the Reedy River connecting Travelers Rest with the City of Greenville. A new favorite near the end of the trail- The Café @ Williams Hardware, offers folks a place to stop in off the Swamp Rabbit Trail, visit with friends, have a bite to eat and enjoy an old-fashioned sense of community. On a Saturday early afternoon, it's almost impossible to find a place to park your bike among the dozens lined up outside the café. For those in search of a shorter journey, Lake Conestee Nature Park has 2 miles of paved trails and 3 miles of natural trails.
For women, Pedal Chic boutique is the only women-specific cycling and athletic boutique in the Southeast, offering an unparalleled selection of apparel for the female athlete (ie Designer duds for cycling gals). And if you don't have your own bike, not to worry- Reedy Rides has you covered.
Who knows- you might even run into former cycling champion George Hincapie, who calls Greenville home.
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As you travel along Highway 11 just outside of downtown Greenville, South Carolina, if you blink- you might miss something spectacular. Lined with trails, waterfalls and hidden natural landscape treasures, this stretch of highway is simply spectacular. Don't miss Campbell's Covered Bridge- South Carolina's only remaining covered bridge, and the oldest bridge in South Carolina, the Poinsett Bridge. Keep an eye out for the cardboard sign on the side of the road pointing to Burley Bill's BBQ. This is a BBQ lover's dream. Stop by the boiled peanuts stand on the side of the road for a tasty treat. End your day with a visit to Victoria Valley Vineyards, sitting in the French "chateau" styled tasting room, overlooking the forty-seven acre site while sipping on your choice of their homegrown Vinifera Wines. Too tired to head back into town? Rest your head at the AAA 4-Diamond Red Horse Inn in Landrum.
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