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designed by William Jay and features a columned portico, double staircase and lovely Victorian garden. Savannah College of Art and Design South Charlotte resident Chanda Antoon and her husband, Jay, have visited Savannah several times over the past few years, enjoying the history, dining, shopping and Southern style of the city. "Our last visit was in June of 2018," says Chanda. "Our daughter was in a summer camp at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design), and we loved bike riding through the historic district." Chanda suggests visitors take in the SCAD Museum of Art gift shop for special and uniquely designed artwork. "It's an absolute must," she says. "There is fabulous photography, textiles, paintings, sculpture and lovely gift items for the home. The SCAD Museum is a wonderful showcase of contemporary artists and well worth a visit." Low Country Dining with Flair Savannah's culinary scene is exploding. Here, innovative takes on traditional Low Country dining bring flavor with flair to the forefront. Husk restaurant is known for adding creative touches to traditional Southern food. Carriage rides are a popular way to explore Savannah's history and mansions. Courtesy of Visit Savannah Courtesy of Visit Savannah Courtesy of Visit Savannah Courtesy of Husk and Andrew Cebulka Savannah rewards curiosity. Backstories and fascinating culture are around every corner. BALLANTYNE SPRING 2019 86 Escape The beauty of the historic district includes ivy-covered walls and a variety of trees. Having cocktails at Rocks on the Roof offers patrons a sunset view over the Savannah River.

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