The city was absolutely beautiful and friendly. We were able to enjoy the spectacular views of the fall trees everywhere we looked.
We walked through the Old Salem Museums and Gardens depicting the lifestyle of the 18th century Moravian Village. It was really very nice.
All of the employees throughout the village were dressed in period clothing. It reminded me a little of Williamsburg, Virginia. It was very impressive to say the least.
We decided to have lunch at The Tavern. The employees of the little restaurant were also dressed in period clothing.
One of the highlights was visiting a Krispy Kreme Donut Shop that originated in this town. There is nothing like eating fresh hot glazed donuts. Yum.
This town has so much to offer a tourist, unfortunately we did not have the time to see them all. Perhaps the next time we visit we can see more. As beautiful as this city is it is hard to believe it was voted as one of the top ten cheapest places to live. Winston-Salem houses some of the best colleges, hospitals, and businesses in the country. And it doesn't hurt that that this city has some friendly people living there. :)