St. Louis Airport Pear Tree Inn

(a Drury Hotels property), 10810 Pear Tree Ln, Saint Ann, Missouri, 63074, United States
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St Charles - what to do

by lmclaughlin1216

Heading into St Louis from Springfield and have heard good things about St Charles so I booked the Embassy suites there before flying out in the morning.

What to do there in the evening? Is a good area to walk around? I have seen most of the sites around St Louis so thought this would be worth a shot.

Thanks/ LMc

Re: St Charles - what to do

by RichardRV

You didn't say what night you would be in St. charles but I give this one a whirl. during the day a walk down Main Street is a must. some of the stores are closed on Monday as are a few of the restuarants. At the north end of Main Street is the Foundry Art Centre. Admission is free but donations are welcome. Parralel to Main Street and along the Missouri River is Frontier Park. In the park is an impressive and large statue of Lewis and Clark. on the south of Frontier Park and along the river is the Lewis & Clark boat museum. Main Street is about 3/4 mile long and has shops and a few galleries. If you like walking keep walking even if you run into a few offices. If you keep going further you will find more shops.

The north part of Main is where the action is at night. There are several bars with a variety of music. The weekends are always happening as is tuesday night after 10:00 pm. I would not walk from the South to the north part at night. Although it is safe the south part of Main is a lot darker at night. The is usually a police presense at night on North Main and you will be very safe.

There is always the Ameristar casino. It has a new trendy night club named Home that is open only on Thursday, friday and Saturday. It is pricy. However it stays open until 3:00 am if you like to party. Enjoy my city.
Richard

Re: St Charles - what to do

by NaughtyArty

I guess a lot of this depends on if you have a rental car or if the hotel provides van service for you. There's not a lot immediately next to the hotel, but there is quite a bit to do within a few miles.

The St. Charles Landing is underappreciated by the locals. There are quite a few good restaurants & bars there. Try the Trailhead Brewing Company, Lewis & Clarks's, or the Mother-in-law House.

The KATY trail goes through there for cyclists, walkers, and joggers. You'll be close to the Ameristar and Harrah's casinos too. (Harrah's is across the river in the Riverport area of Maryland Heights.) Riverport also has a Dave & Buster's restaurant/bar/game room too.

You will also be only a few miles from the Family Arena, so check their event calendar to see if something is there you may want to attend. Or you could probably walk to the huge Bass Pro shop on the other side of the highway (via the underpass).

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

St. Louis schools

by bhemak

I was told that to residents of St. Louis asking what school you go to is very important. It can tell you what neighborhood you came from, what kind of money your family has, and a level of your intelligence. It might also imply something about your race or relgion.

Good intentions, but...

by MissAntarctica2002

On the St. Louis tourism web portal I was pleased to see the addresses for several tourist information centres listed. I made it part of my plan to visit the one at the airport as soon as we arrived in the city, hoping to get a bit more information to flesh out our sightseeing plans. It ended up being rather comical. The information centres are staffed by volunteers, and when we were there it was a couple in (I'm guessing) their late 70's, who are EXTREMELY hard of hearing, and somewhat confused as well. It turned out to be almost painful just to get a map and a tourist pamphlet out of them. They seemed totally baffled why I was asking them these questions. Clearly any more complex queries were not possible. Anyway, my point is don't count on getting a lot of information, other than the publications put out by the tourist board, from the information centre, as the volunteers may not be well trained and/or selected.

Washington University

by yooperprof

Founded in 1853 by Masschusetts people (Eliots, no less), Washington University remains a bastion of New England academic traditions in the Midwest. The University established its current location on the Western Edge of Forest Park in 1904 - just in time for the great World's Fair. In fact, Brookings Hall was constructed to house England's exhibit at the expo - hence the architecture which is based on King's College, Cambridge.

I went to Wash. U as an undergraduate, and have fond memories of the place. The "Hilltop campus" is a classic piece of collegiate design. I admire the way that it seems "timeless" and "classic" - and that the feel of the place changes so little from one generation to the next. On its own little "rise" above Forest Park and the city of St. Louis, Wash. U seems to be above the fray, apart from the dealings and schemings of the workaday world. (I think there's a lot to be said for the notion of the university - or at least its undergraduate liberal arts components) should serve as a kind of secular monastery.)

See the Cardinals Play at Busch Stadium

by TravellerMel

The "New" Busch Stadium opened in April, 2006. It's a beautiful "retro-classic" design allows an unobstructed view of its surroundings, including a panoramic view of the downtown St. Louis skyline, and the city's distinctive Gateway Arch. The Arch and several other significant St. Louis landmarks are reflected in the park's architecture.

I love the excitement of being at a ballpark on game day. The day I went, the Cardinal's had already lost the first three games of their homestand to the Colorado Rockies. Still, each fan there that day just KNEW they were going to win TODAY. It is that kind of optimism and energy that brings me back time and again, and checking out baseball stadiums whenever I travel, whenever I can. Bring your hat and glove - or buy them in the Fan Shop. You'll pay more, but what a souvenir! If you have kids, go on a promotional day - the day I went, each kid got a Martinez backpack. And you can't go wrong with a foam #1 finger!

Land Of Lincoln

by cmarsek

If you are visiting St. Louis and would like to escape for a day trip you could choose a shooping excursion to outlet malls at the Lake of the Ozarks, a wine tasting experience in rural Missouri, OR if you love history you could walk in the foot steps of a historical giant.

Springfield, Illinois was he home to Abraham Lincoln and is only an hour and a half drive north of St.Louis on highway 55. There you can visit his Presidential Museum & Library, and see the sites of his life and his tomb while in death.

If you enjoy visiting the Presidential Libraries then you may also consider making a trip west to Independence, Missouri (outside of Kansas City) to visit the Harry Truman Presidentail Museum, which is thus far my favorite out of the half dozen I have visited.

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 St. Louis Airport Pear Tree Inn

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Address: (a Drury Hotels property), 10810 Pear Tree Ln, Saint Ann, Missouri, 63074, United States