St. Louis Travelodge

9645 Natural Bridge, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63134, United States
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Water side view of the bridge and archesWater side view of the bridge and arches

Silver ape in settingSilver ape in setting

Panoram of the church from the archPanoram of the church from the arch

Shining skin of the stainless steelShining skin of the stainless steel

Forum Posts

Areas

by k00kumar

What are some areas in St. Louis to stay away from due to drug addicts, crime, etc.?

RE: Areas

by vanderlust

East St. Louis is the most obvious. There are neighborhoods around town that are prone to higher crime rates. Generally speaking, don't venture north of Martin Luther King Blvd. Stay away from the river neighborhoods except in downtown. You have to keep your eyes open and you'll figure out if your in the wrong place.

RE: RE: Areas

by k00kumar

Thank You very much for the advice!

Areas

by PHYLLISjm

Stay away from North St. Louis. West County, (west of highway 270/255) are usually fine. In the Chesterfield area, you can not miss. High class, reasonable and nice.....

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

You should visit the arch, and...

by Toade

You should visit the arch, and the riverboat restaurant. When I was there, there was a McDonalds built into a riverboat. But, honestly, if you're into it -- the St. Louis area has lots of rivers around that you can go canoing in, and some of them even have caves where you can explore. My friend and I explored some caves. One of them we could get pretty far back into, until I dropped the flashlight and the light broke, so we left. Another cave was pretty cool at first, but it rapidly dropped off into a very deep, very cold pool. But the water in the pool was perfectly clear, even to the bottom, and we could see some kind of skeleton at the bottom -- it looked like a dog or something.

The Gateway Arch

by LauraWest

A great starting point is the famous Gateway Arch, downtown near the Mississippi River. This huge, amazing architectural marvel, completed in the 1965, has an excellent museum inside & a very good gift shop. A National Historic monument guarantees that is is impressive. The ride up to the viewing windows at the top is worth the price, but try to go on a weekday to avoid a long line.

We had an incredible, free concert/ fireworks series outside there this last summer; I went 4 times! The Fourth of July weekend has a big event with music, food & fireworks. I've enjoyed that, too, sitting right under the Arch! You can count on this event happening again in 2008. The first time I saw the Arch was in 1966. I was visiting the city for a youth conference. My host made a point of driving us by the Arch. It still impresses after all these years!

A Tradition Since 1929

by deecat

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard has been a St. Louis tradition since 1929. It's an old 1950's "walk-up kind of place", and its parking lot is always full.

Ted Drewes' father began selling it after his cousin, who worked for a carnival, suggested traveling with the carnival and selling frozen custard. The recipe on the machine was horrid, so he experimented until he found the perfect recipe. He left the carnival and started a store first in Florida, and then he moved back to St. Louis, and now this treat is found only in St. Louis.

Ted Drewes Frozen Custard is most famous for a treat called a "concrete" (actually, it's a shake that is so thick that you can turn it upside down, and it doesn't fall out of the cup.) The server wears a hard hat!

In addition, they serve the Custard in cones and as sundaes. The custard is always vanilla with many topping choices. My choice is FOX TREAT--a combination of hot fudge, macadamias and raspberries. It is named in honor of St. Louis' fabulous Fox Theatre. There are many more with names to symbolize some part of St. Louis.

So, if you want to do what the locals do, visit Ted Drewes Frozen Custard.

St. Louis Cardinals baseball

by sambarnett

Round and soulless on the outside, Busch Stadium proves why one should not judge a book by its cover. The inside, thanks to a massive renovation a few years back, is full of vibrant reds and greens. From the arches circling the upper deck rim to the statues of legendary players outside to the garden of retired numbers in the centerfield upper deck, local touches abound, giving Busch so much more personality than any of the other late 60s/early 70s cookie cutters.
The fans are friendly and loyal. The seats might look emptier than attendance figures indicate, but at any game at least 75% of the spectators are wearing red, thus blending into their seats. A visit here leaves little doubt why Cardinals fans are often referred to as some of the best fans in baseball.
And a visit here should be in order for the baseball fan as the stadium's days appear to be numbered. It's no Sportsman's Park, but Busch Stadium is a fine place to catch a ballgame.

Six Flags

by luckymantony

Six Flags is to the outside part of St.Louis. A lot of people miss it because it's not downtown. Take the drive out to Six Flags, it's well worth the price of admission!! They have several new roller coasters to ride and they have a place to cool off at that's included in the price of admission, it's called Hurricane Harbor. It is so much fun for the whole family and friends. This is absolutely an amusement park you don't want to miss!!!!! It's located at I-44 & Six Flags Rd. You can't miss it.

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Address: 9645 Natural Bridge, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63134, United States