Super 8 St Louis Airport

9798 Saint Charles Rock Rd, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63114, United States
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THANKSGIVING IN ST. LOUIS

by moviemaker1217

Can you give me some good restaurant options?
My mom and I are going to St. Louis for a girl's weekend.
What areas should we avoid as two women?
Is there anything that we should definitely do/see?
Is there anything going on that weekend that kicks off the Christmas season?

RE: THANKSGIVING IN ST. LOUIS

by LauraWest

St. Louis has SO MANY different kinds of places to eat. Many are unique; you won't find anywhere else. What sort of food do you like & your price range? Are you staying in a hotel?will you have a car? I recommend a few places in my Tips, but can suggest others, too, if you tell me what you're desires might be. Or are you already here?!

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

Hit the Riverboats. (If you...

by Rick_B

Hit the Riverboats. (If you like to gamble) Partying on the riverboats with my coworkers. Had a great time, even when I discovered that I'd locked the keys to the rental car in the car...while it was still running. Two hours and $65 later, we were able to get back to the hotel.

Tour the Missouri Botanical Garden

by deecat

If weather permits, tour the Missouri Botanical Garden. The day we had scheduled to visit, it rained all day.

Because we love nature so much, we were eager to see this famous Botanical Garden which is known throughout the nation as the best in the United States!

The Missouri Botanical Garden opened in 1859 and has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.

It covers 79 acres and is a center for botanical research, education, and horticultural display.
This year because of the Lewis and Clark Expedition celebration, be sure to see an exhibit of plants encountered by Lewis and Clark.
There are narrated tram Tours, a Garden Cafe, a Garden Gate Shop.
Parking is FREE Information needed:
Open:
9 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week
(Closed Christmas)
Memorial Day to Labor Day: Open Wednesday evenings until 9 p.m.
Morning walking hours: Wed.-Sat. 7-9 a.m.

Accessibility:
Accessible to people of all abilities

Location:
Known as "an oasis in the city"
4344 Shaw Boulevard
A short drive southeast of Forest Park.

Admission:
$7.00 for ages 13-64
$5 for age 65 and over
St. Louis City/County Residents:
$3 for ages 13-64
$1.50 for age 65 and older
FREE for members & children 12 & under

SPECIAL ADMISSION CHARGE FOR SOME
EVENTS

Things to see:

Climatron conservatory
a geodesic dome greenhouse of tropical rain forest, waterfalls, and birds.

Seiwa-en:
An authentic 14 acre Japanese garden (The largest in North America)

Kemper Center for Home Gardening:
Nation's most comprehensive resource center for gardening information with 23 demonstration gardens over 8 acres.

Victorian area:
A formal Victorian-style garden with an observatory overlooking a maze of 8-foot hedges.

Shoenberg Temperate House:
A tiled Moorish garden, carnivorous plant bog, and "Plants of the Bible" area.

In addition, there are areas for Roses, English Woodlands, and Orchids to name a few.

I regret missing this outstanding Botanical Garden. Guess I will have to return to St. Louis.
(Note: This is not my photograph. I scanned it from a brochure.)

St. Louie is for tourists

by MissAntarctica2002

I know that in the song, "Meet me in St. Louis" it's pronounced St. Louie, but if you say it when you're there, folks will know straight off that you're a tourist. All of the locals pronounce it St. LOO-is.

Busch Stadium - St. Louis Cardinals

by Blatherwick

St. Louis has a great reputation as a sports town. Central to this is baseball and the St. Louis Cardinals. I was lucky enough to catch a game between the Cardinals and the Montreal Expos the year that Mark McGuire hit 70 home runs. Alas, he only got a double in that game. Tickets were $4 for an right field seat.

The place where the St. Louis Cardinals play is Busch Stadium. It's pretty bland from the outside, but inside it's a classic ballpark. This stadium will soon be closing as a new stadium is currently being built beside it and may be ready for 2006. However, this new stadium will also be named Busch Stadium so this one will be torn down.

Serendipity Strikes

by MissAntarctica2002

When we were in St. Louis for a few days, we just happened to have some free time on the third Friday of the month, which is when the Earthways Home is open to the public. When I saw that it would be open while I was there, I knew I was meant to visit, and I wasn't disappointed.

Earthways Home is an old Victorian home that has been renovated and retrofited to utilized as many environmentally friendly options as possible. Just a few that come to mind are: energy efficient appliances, photovoltaics, passive solar heating, marmoleum and recycled fibre floors, various insulating window treatments.... the list could go on and on. It might sound dull, but let me assure you that it is both fascinating and inspiring. The staff members that conduct the tours are not only knowledgeable also entertaining and passionate.

If you are considering any sort of home improvement projects, it is worth stopping by the Earthways home to learn about all of the sustainable options out there.

Earthways Home is located at 3617 Grandel Square, which is a block and a half north of the Fox Theatre on Grand. The nearest MetroLink stop is Grand.

Tours are conducted at 10, 11, Noon, and 1 and last about an hour. Admission is $2 for adults, or free to anyone with a Missouri Botanical Gardens membership.

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 Super 8 St Louis Airport

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Address: 9798 Saint Charles Rock Rd, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63114, United States