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A weekend in Greenville, S.C.

Liberty Bridge overlooking Reedy River Falls is always a must-see when visiting Greenville. Photo by Craig A. Lee.

How many ways can one see Greenville, S.C.? Clara Bosonetto, a travel consultant for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution offers three price points: shoestring, moderate, and pull out all the stops. She gives pointers on places to eat, stay and frolic in Furman University’s hometown, praised for its pedestrian friendliness, farm-to-table scene, and as an up-and-coming food lover’s town. On the “to-do” list is Greenville’s 14-mile Swamp Rabbit Trail, which winds its way through downtown and Furman’s wooded campus.

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