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121. General James Oglethorpe: Banned from the original colony  
122. City Market, The: A pedestrian "mall" with a large number of unique shops and restaurants in a historic setting.  
123. Oliver Sturges House: A historic house built in 1813 by its namesake, who was a successful merchant and part-owner of the first steamship...  
124. Davenport House Museum: A restored historic residence built in 1820, now preserved as a museum that mimics the original style.  
125. Telfair Museum of Art: One of the oldest art museums of its type, having been opened in 1886, this museum continues to be a source of grea...  
126. vest parks: Refers to the many small parks spread throughout the city; as in, 'vest-pocket' parks (mini-parks).  
127. Forsyth Park: The oldest of Savannah's larger parks, and the location of one of Savannah's most-recognized water fountains. The p...  
128. Art & Soul of Savannah, The: Nickname and catchphrase referring to the City Market.  
129. Hodgson Hall: An Italianate Greek Revival-style structure dating back to the 1800s, located in the northwestern section of Forsyt...  
130. 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...  
131. Bonaventure Cemetery: A peaceful and historic cemetary just east of Savannah, best-known for its appearance in the 'Midnight in the Garde...  
132. River Street Sweets: A candy shop located on historic River Street. The fresh pecan pralines and handmade fudges are to die for! And, th...  
133. Cotton Exchange: A tavern/restaurant built into an old cotton warehouse dating back to the late 1700s; they specialize in seafood an...  
134. Colonial Park Cemetary: A very old cemetery located in historic Savannah that contains the graves of Revolutionary War soldiers, governors,...  
135. Mercer House, The: A historic house constructed in the 1860s, later restored by Jim Williams in the 1960s and once inhabited by compos...  
 
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The native Rhode Islanders' reference to the hordes of tourists from Massachusetts who swarm their beaches each summer.

A rose bush or thorn bush

Bags, also known as bean bag toss, is a nickname for Cornhole, a game originating in Ohio. The game requires two boards with a hole in them spaced approximately 30 feet apart. You then throw bean bags (or corn filled bags) towards the boards, with the goal of getting them in the hole. You score 3 points for getting a bag in the hole, and...

In the early 1900s, the nickname for a group of early skyscrapers at the intersection of 20th Street and 1st Ave.

Funny nickname for the Pac-10 athletic conference. It's Pac-1 because USC rarely has a legitimate contender for the conference title.