Biltmore Estate

Biltmore Estate

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Justin and I decided to take a trip out of Jacksonville to Asheville, North Carolina for the 4th of July weekend.  I was so excited to get out-of-town, to a different view and weather, to the mountains!  We left in the middle of the night to get there Friday morning in the morning so we can go the Biltmore Estate.  Oh, what a beautiful place! It was breathtaking.  The Biltmore Estate consist of  a 250 room château built-in the 1880s, Gardens and Vineyard, and hundreds of acres of nature and forestry.  This was the home of the Vanderbilt’s and was open to the public in 1930.  I just wanted to move in right away to this beautiful place, but I don’t think they would have let me.  Not to mention the Gardens, the Conservatory Glass House was my favorite!

I will be sharing more of my Asheville trip soon!

Love,

Natalia

wearing: top & bag- H&M, skirt & hat- Forever 21, sandals- La Favorita (PR)

 

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3 thoughts on “Biltmore Estate

  1. It seems like such a beautiful place! I love your cute vintage look. Your sandals are so cute and I love the polka dot top.

    I found your blog on Chictopia and now following you via Bloglovin’! Can’t wait to see your post about your trip!♡

    xx AlexisSplash

    http://deadlikeyourfame.blogspot.com/

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