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91. Trader Vic's: A Polynesian restaurant/bar serving "Island Cuisine" (a mixture of French, Creole, Indian and Asian influences) and...  
92. Chez Antiques: A large antiques mall with an equally large variety of items for sale from different vendors. They also purchase an...  
93. Bernard C: A chocoholic's dream come true...these hand-dipped confections are to die for! Located at the Hilton Village Mall.  
94. Shea Corridor, The: An area of central Scottsdale, generally characterized as falling in the quarter mile to the north and south of She...  
95. Resort Corridor: A section of North Scottsdale Road in the "Shea Corridor" area where a large number of resorts are concentrated.  
96. North Scottsdale: One of the newer areas of the city, containing some of the most expensive houses in the U.S.  
97. Parada del Sol: An annual month-long celebration of cowboy culture including a parade, live rodeos, started in 1954.  
98. CrackerJax: a 27-acre family theme park that includes go-kart tracks, miniature and regular golf, water rides, batting cages, a...  
99. Downtown Scottsdale Trolley: A fleet of vintage trolleys that provide free transportation between several of the shopping districts, the downtow...  
100. Neighborhood Trolley: Free trolleys running back and forth to local schools, parks, medical facilities, shopping centers, etc.  
101. American/Western Art Collector: These two nationally-distributed magazines for art collectors are published in Scottsdale.  
102. Scottsdale Republic: Scottsdale's daily newspaper.  
103. Furio: A cosmopolitan Italian restaurant in downtown Scottsdale with a bar and a lounge, serving unique specialty drinks, ...  
104. Atlas Bistro: A fancy BYOB place featuring organic vegetables and wild game, with a varying daily tasting menu and a nice ala car...  
105. Salt River Tubing: Tubing is great fun; you sit in a huge inner tube and float down the river. Be sure to wear suntan lotion and bring...  
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865 is the area code for the Knoxville area, which spells V-O-L. This is no coincidence, but rather a homage paid to the beloved Volunteer sports teams in the Knoxville area.

Nickname for "The tallest fraternity in Texas." The Houston Cougars' basketball team from 1982 to 1984 featured explosive players like Clyde Drexler and Hakeem Olajuwon that warranted the nickname for their explosive play and huge dunks. Phi Slama Jama happened again on the Houston Rockets when Clyde Drexler was traded to the NBA champion Houston Rockets for one last hurrah at the end of both Drexler's and Olajuwon's careers.

San Antonio is the only U.S. city with five Spanish missions. These historical structures served as the first foundations of the city (the Alamo is the oldest, built in 1718) along the San Antonio River.

Retrocession is the act of giving back land that was once granted. In the case of Washington, DC retrocession is the process of returning land to Virginia and Maryland after the creation of the federal District of Columbia in 1791 for our nation's capital.

Found in old NYC neighborhoods, most famously and densely in Brooklyn, this is a term used for homes made from "brownstone," which is a brown sandstone. The Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn has the most brownstones in NYC. Many people think of The Cosby Show's Huxtable family when they think of Brooklyn brownstones (as they lived in a traditional Brooklyn brownstone).