Missouri Transportation

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Missouri Transportation

  • Lambert-Saint Louis International...

    Today, there are no intercontinental flights into or out of Lambert-Saint Louis International Airport (STL), and the only international flights are to and from Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. Now-defunct TWA-Trans World Airlines was once based here, and offered nonstop flights to Europe. International travelers who want to go to Saint Louis will...

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  • Take a Ride on the Metro-Link

    The MetroLink (St. Louis's subway / light rail system) is a great way to get around town. You can take it from St. Louis International Airport to downtown STL, Busch Stadium, America's Center, the Savvis Center, Union Station, Laclede's Landing, and across the river to the Casino Queen among other destinations. It is very affordable and clean. Many...

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  • Gateway Riverboat Cruises

    Established in 1884, Gateway Riverboat Cruises is the oldest river-excursion boat company operating on the Mississippi River. The vessels include the Tom Sawyer and the Becky Thatcher, replicas designed to resemble the old Mississippi River paddle boats.One-hour narrated cruises are operated daily. They run along the Saint Louis riverfront and...

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  • st. louis finally has a metro

    it may not get you to all the places you need to go, but most importantly, it will take you to the busch stadium! finally, you don't have to take a cab, drive after drinking, or have a d.d. after the game. drink on!

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  • Welcome Centers

    We crossed the bridge over the Mississippi and were in MissouriMissouri maintains 19 different rest areas and Welcome Centers across the state. Located on seven different Interstates, the facilities feature a variety of easy-to-access amenities to serve travelers. The rest areas areI-29 Rest Areas*RockportMound CityDearbornI-35 Rest...

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  • Missouri by bike

    My friend Dave lives southwest of St. Louis and he's a motorcycle maniac, therefore we get along pretty good! On the occasion of one of my visits there the weather was too good to stay away from rolling around and it was a perfect occasion for him to show me his riding playground. We pulled out of his garage a few bikes - not all of them though! -...

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  • Driving Offers Unusual Sights

    While driving from St. Charles, Missouri toward Chicago, we saw a most unusual sight [which we never could have seen in a plane or on a train, but perhaps via a bus. I was driving, and I said to Allan, "Check out the CAMEL on that truck!" Of course, Allan did not believe me until he looked up from his paper and was flabergasted. He struggled to get...

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  • Rental Car

    Before heading west, I had reseved myself a car from Budget rental for the great price of US$60 including all taxes and charges for two days of unlimited driving. The car was a pleasure to drive, a good thing since I put 520 miles (850 km) on it in two days. Gas was running at about US$1.78 per US gallon and it cost me a total of US$28 to fill it...

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  • Small town southern Missouri

    The main route is 65 from the north Springfeild and south-Arkansas-.The roads are good and have been updated for the flow of tourists.76 west takes you into town-right to the shows and accomodations and to the left to Old Branson.The best way there is by car--By air -Springfeild then rent a car to get around--40 miles to Branson

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  • The best way to get to...

    The best way to get to Missouri is by airplane or car. If you decide to take the plane, there are a number of flights within North America to St. Louis and even one flight from London with American Airlines. I don't know about the Kansas City flights.Within Missouir the easiest way is to take the car. But if you want to travel from Washington, MO...

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  • Springfield/Branson Regional...

    Springfield/Branson Regional Airport is impossible - it is very expensive. Better to fly to St. Louis or Kansas City, and rent a car & drive for 3 1/2 hours. But, if you can't, try to join a tour.by car

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  • Definitely the best way to get...

    Definitely the best way to get there is by air..at least from Illinois :-) I would say 7 to 8 hours to drive there..which I would not do :-)

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