Diners returned outside for a few days as a freak February hot spell brought temperatures near 80 degrees F.
Most users of the Prisma Swamp Rabbit Trail probably fail to notice this field on your left on the other side of the Reedy when heading north at Willard Street. I suspect very few have traveled to Reach Street to see this sign explaining the use of this green space for junior golf practice.
Well secured warehouse on Welborn Street, close to be Unity Park
Love Locked under the McDaniel bridge … and the cobwebs.
Hendrick’s Grand Garnisher briefly stopped in Greenville in front of Grill Marks while travelling from Atlanta to Charleston on its trip around the United States.
It can best be described as the world’s largest, most inefficient cucumber slicing machine. Anyone was welcome to try it out by getting a Hendricks Gin drink from the bar at Grill Marks, then they could take the drink out to the Grand Garnisher where it would slice some cucumbers into the drink
More photos of Greenville from the past, including a treeless Main Street.
Vintage Greenville photos, shown in the eBicycle store above Halls Chophouse .
The path leading to Watts Park, a neighborhood pocket park off of Cleveland Street.
Downtown Greenville’s surprisingly slick urban core is centered around Falls Park on the Reedy, one of the most scenic and well-designed urban green spaces in the country.
Greenville (pop. 68,000+) is located in the "Upstate" region of South Carolina. Here, Falls Park, which hugs the Reedy River, is a scenic parkland paradise of large waterfalls, scattered boulders, and manicured green spaces situated at the heart of a thriving central business district offering diverse restaurants, interesting shops, and luxurious hotels. A striking pedestrian bridge, a children’s downtown scavenger hunt for hidden bronze mice, and lots of shade trees also add to Downtown Greenville’s allure. Despite its relatively small city population, Greenville has a metro population of almost 900,000. (population data from Wikipedia)
In a fitting end to the Bastille Days Greenville celebration, a group of fans celebrates France’s World Cup victory in the streets.