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106. Hodgson Hall: An Italianate Greek Revival-style structure dating back to the 1800s, located in the northwestern section of Forsyt...  
107. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil: The best selling book by John Berendt, set in Savannah, has spawned its own tourist industry here; "Midnight"-theme...  
108. Bonaventure Cemetery: A peaceful and historic cemetary just east of Savannah, best-known for its appearance in the 'Midnight in the Garde...  
109. River Street Sweets: A candy shop located on historic River Street. The fresh pecan pralines and handmade fudges are to die for! And, th...  
110. Cotton Exchange: A tavern/restaurant built into an old cotton warehouse dating back to the late 1700s; they specialize in seafood an...  
111. Colonial Park Cemetary: A very old cemetery located in historic Savannah that contains the graves of Revolutionary War soldiers, governors,...  
112. Mercer House, The: A historic house constructed in the 1860s, later restored by Jim Williams in the 1960s and once inhabited by compos...  
113. Fort Pulaski: A historic fort and battlefield dating back to the 1800s; an important Confederate outpost during the Civil War. Th...  
114. Savannah River: The main river running through the city of Savannah, a major waterway that forms much of the border between Georgia...  
115. Riverboat Cruises: A great way to see Savannah is by hopping on one of the several riverboats offering leisurely cruises down the Sava...  
116. Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace: Birthplace of Juiliette Gordon Low (aka 'Daisy'), founder of the Girl Scouts of America. The house was constructed ...  
117. Roundhouse Railroad Museum: This historic building was once the headquarters for the Georgia Railroad (in the 1830s) and now houses the Georgia...  
118. Visitors Center: Georgia's famous southern hospitality is quite apparent in this information depot; the staff will be happy to suppl...  
119. Owen-Thomas House: A restored historic piece of fine architecture that today showcases a decorative arts collection once belonging to ...  
120. Sorrel Weed House: The Sorrel Weed mansion is one of the oldest houses in Savannah and the first to become an official state landmark....  
 
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Sarcastic reference to Santa Monica's tenant-friendly rent-control laws. The expression is popular among landlords in Santa Monica, a suburb of Los Angeles.

Brew/movie, relating to any number of theaters that serve beer. Popular ones are Kennedy School, Laurelhurst, Baghdad.

1. Also referred to as the Ban roll-on building, just as a similar building in Portland, Oregon is called.

2. A common nickname for the Second and Seneca Building because of its resemblance to the blue, dome-headed droid in Star Wars.

Dubbed "Touchdown Jesus" by Notre Dame alumni, "The Word of Life," constructed by Millard Sheets, is a mural on the face of the university's Hesburgh Library. Easily viewed from the football stadium, the piece features the looming figure of the resurrected Jesus with arms raised like a referee signaling a touchdown.

So it's officially the South Lake Union Streetcar but what fun is that? The SLUT is short for the South Lake Union Trolley. The SLUT even has its own t-shirts that read "Ride the S.L.U.T."