Super 8 St Louis North

2790 Target Drive, I-270 Exit 30N, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63136-3116, United States
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Hotel near airport & parking

by texla

Hello. I will be in St. Louis in a couple of weeks to stay one night and then fly-out for five nights and am looking for advice on two things...

*A nice hotel close to the airport that is safe and cleeeeaaaaan. Money is not a big object since my company is paying..

and

*The name of a very safe place to leave my vehicle (that I admittedly care quite a bit about and is not exactly cheap)...and I would PREFER a hotel that offers covered and/or gated/guarded parking for my car with free shuttle service to the airport.

OPINIONS PLEASE?! :) Thank You....

RE: Hotel near airport & parking

by PHYLLISjm

The name brand hotels near the airport are very nice. Hilton, Radisson that come to mind st this second. The Park and Ride next door to the Hilton have covered parking. I park there because I LOVE MY NEW CAR. It is safe as long as you pay attention to your surroundings like anyplace else. I would feel fine with it being an alone female. Hope this helps

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

My very favorite place was...

by SuVaHa

My very favorite place was Busch Stadium. Jeff and I got a tour of the stadium. It was so fun. I loved seeing the field up close and getting to go behind the scenes. I love baseball so I really enjoyed this probably more then anything on the trip. I liked the place by the Arch. There was a river nearby and it was a very peaceful spot in spite of the many tourists. There was a cute little park where people were relaxing. It was really nice.

Downtown - Union Station (1894)

by yooperprof

The tourist information says that this was at one time the busiest train station in the world. It certainly was a very handsome one - designed by German-American architect Theodore Link in the French Renaissance style, and opened in 1894. Lots of history took place under its roof: including the very famous incident in November 1948 when Harry Truman very proudly waved the headlines "Dewey Beats Truman!"

But the United States fell in love with the automobile, and train service nearly disappeared. Why retain large rail stations when everyone is driving their cars and flying to their destinations? By the middle of the 1970s, just three trains a day were pulling out of the station. Amtrak shuttered the facility in 1978, moving to a cheap and humble shack a few blocks away.

But Union Station was renovated, amidst great fanfare and hoopla, in the early 1980s. It was one of the early examples of the "Urban Playground" style of redevelopment, a mode of maintaining "urbanity" through Big Projects. So now at Union Station you'll find a luxury hotel, a shopping center, and more fudge shops than your dentist would approve of. Is it the best, ideal and final solution to America's urban problems? No. But it's still open, still popular, and it has preserved some wonderful architecture and design from the late 19th century.

18th and Market Street

The "St. Paul" Sandwich

by Rillifane

St. Louis is the point of origin for many food items that are well known today. Hamburgers and hotdogs served on buns, ice cream cones, and iced tea are all said to have been popularized at the St. Louis World's Fair of 1904.

One other St. Louis culinary innovation, almost unknown outside of St. Louis, is the St. Paul sandwich.

This is an egg fu young patty served as a sandwich with lettuce, tomato, pickles and mayonnaise on squishy mass market white bread. almost every Chinese restaurant in town serves these things and they very popular.

What, I hear you ask, does this have to do with St. Paul. To the best of my knowledge I am the only person who both knows and has posted about it on the web.

The St. Paul began when a customer asked for something he could eat on the run. Now there are no Chinese sandwiches but the customer suggested that an egg fu young patty would make a good sandwich. The cook obliged. . But why St. Paul?

In the lexicon of the Chinese restaurant, an patty is made with "one bowl" of the egg mixture. One patty=one bowl and the cook described it as a "One Bowl Sandwich." The customer's inability to understand the cooks accent transformed this into a "St. Paul Sandwich."

Enjoy a game while your here!!

by luckymantony

If you can, while in St.Louis, go watch any sporting event you can. The games are always good, the fans are great, the food is good(a little $$, just like anywhere), and the experience will last forever. If you go to a Cardinals game, show up early and you can get autographs from some of the players. They are really friendly and enjoy giving autographs, they really enjoy seeing the kids faces as they give them a signed ball. It is such a great sports town!!! No matter what event you go to, you will have a good time!!! Baseball- bring a baseball cap, baseball glove(if you have good seats), a jacket for some night games, a camera, and money to buy food and or souviners. Hockey- bring money for food and souviners, and if your close to the action, keep an eye on the puck!!!!!!!!!!!
Football- bring the same as above.
Just remember to bring a camera to any of these. You never know what you might be able to get a picture of. And some of the diffrent booths will sell diffrent shirts and stuff, but they all run the same price.

Dog Museum - American Kennel Club

by ocicat

This museum has gone to the dogs! The displays are all devoted to man (and woman's) best friend.

Plus there is a great gift shop.

1721 S. Mason Road

Open Tuesday - Sunday, admission is charged.

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 Super 8 St Louis North

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Address: 2790 Target Drive, I-270 Exit 30N, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63136-3116, United States