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  1. Couch surfing is a thriving business in Asheville.

    According to Amazing Asheville:
    “Another option is couchsurfing. Local hosts offer accommodations in their homes, typically free of charge (although it costs members $25 to sign up and become “verified), in more than 100,000 cities around the world. You can join more than 1 million other couchsurfers, either as a traveler or a host, or both (www.couchsurfing.org). The Asheville area has about 3,500 couchsurfing members; however, not all open their homes to visitors”

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