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Sunset Dinner Cruise from St Thomas
"Be sure to come hungry for this sunset sail and harbor lights dinner cruise around Charlotte Amalie! This catamaran's BBQ buffet-style dinner has offerings for all palettes in front of an award-winning backdrop. The 54-feet long US Coast Guard Ce ample deck space a stand-up bar and two marine-style bathrooms. The Cat's crew will raise the sails as we head towards ""Turtle Cove"" Buck Island and into the Caribbean sunset. With the harbor lights of Charlotte Amalie in the distance the BBQ buffet dinner will be served. The cruise continues to sail through Charlotte Amalie Harbor filled with yachts of varies sizes and descriptions. Relax with a drink from the open bar available throughout the cruise. This cruise is suitable for everyone and anyone! Singles couples groups
From $65.00
 
St Thomas Catamaran Sail: Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge
"Board 'The Cat' a spacious 54-foot catamaran for an exhilarating sail to the uninhabited Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge's Turtle Cove where you'll experience an unforgettable fun-filled marine life adventure. And free pirate tattoos to show off your experience!Your friendly crew will provide snorkeling equipment (mask snorkel fins snorkel vest)
From $75.00
 
National Quilt Museum Admission Pass
"Choose the best day to discover an amazing form of art. Then go to the National Quilt Museum located at 215 Jefferson Street. Present your voucher and then begin exploring the unique and interesting galleries displayed. With quilts chosen from regional and national contests admire the very best in quilt and fiber art. Several quilts on display have also been chosen for their uniqueness or historic relevance. See galleries with Art Quilts of the Midwest pieces from the international competition conducted by the Japan Handicraft Instructors Association quilts inspired by Mary Kerr and more. Find pieces that are traditional
From $11.00

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Public Art - Ulysses S. Grant at City Hall

Civil War General and 18th United State President Ullysses Grant married a woman from a prominent St. Louis family - Julia Dent - and for several years operated a farm just outside the city limits. He...
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Downtown - US Court House/Custom House (1934)

It's interesting to compare this kind of neo-classical "Art Deco-ish" civic structure with the rather grander Civil courts building (the "St. Louis Pyramid") across the streets. Both projects were...
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Downtown - Civil Courts (1930)

The Civil Courts Building (sometimes called the St. Louis Pyramid!) is one of the most distinctive structures in this or any other American city, IMHO. The top of the building has certainly a dramatic...
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Downtown - S.G. Adams/Bell Telephone Bldg. (1891)

This was originally the HQ of the Bell Telephone Company in St. Louis; now it is loft apartments, with a nifty small grocer on the ground floor. The building is in a fascinating version of the...
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Downtown - Board of Education Bldg. (1891)

Constructed to house the St. Louis Board of Education in 1891, this handsome Romanesque Revival structure at 911 Locust is being converted to Loft style apartments by the Roberts Brothers. It's good...
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Downtown - Old Post Office (1884)

Originally the Custom House, this exuberant Beaux-Arts pile has just undergone (as of 2006) a major $35 million renovation that has transformed it into a model multi-use facility in the heart of...
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Downtown - "Bank of America Plaza" (1981)

The Bank of America Plaza is an attractive and shiny 31-story skyscraper at 8th and Market, on the Gateway Mall. Built at a time in the early 1980s when plate glass was "in" and trendy, the building...
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Public Art - "The Runner" fountain at Kiener Plaza

"The Runner" dominates the section of the Gateway Plaza known as Kiener Plaza. It's the work of a prominent sculptor from the first half of the 20th century, William Zorach. Zorach, born in Lithuania...
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The Gateway Arch

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...
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City's Official Web Site

This site might be useful and interesting for the traveler. It has many, many links to all the cultural things & places AND much more. The tourist information is there, plus what our citizens need to...
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new arts calendar site

Try www.artszipper.com for a fantastic cultural events calendar for this region!!! From art exhibits to indie festivals to films and other shows -- it is all here! With links to other sites, color...
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The St Louis Arch

If I were to go to St Louis again for the first time, I would head for the St Louis Arch. We have been going there for 20+ years (my husbands family lives there) and did not visit the Arch until last...
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Eads Bridge

Finished in 1874, this was the first bridge across the Mississippi. It is built of structural steel and it's abutments were built using pnuematic cassions, the deepest ever reached at that time. There...
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restaurant reviews website

http://www.saucemagazine.com/ is the web site of a hip local magazine about food. I love to use it to find a new place to eat in the St. Louis area.the site has a really good events calendar now, too....
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806 Saint Charles St, (formerly The Mayfair), Saint Louis, Missouri, 63101, United States
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5650 Oakland Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63110, United States
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811 Spruce St, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63102, United States
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315 Chestnut Street, (Formerly "Adam's Mark Hotel"), Saint Louis, Missouri, 63102, United States
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201 South 20th Street, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63103, United States
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Fourth & Market Sts, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63102, United States
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Top Things to Do in Saint Louis

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Gateway Arch

The Arch is more impressive than I had expected . To go up in the Arch is currently 13 for adults. The view from up in the Arch is impressive but go when the day is lovely .. not grey and rainy. The...
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Riverboat Gambling

A cultural reference to most people in the entire world, this mythic river showed me the emptiness of downtown. Two closed boat (during the day), one in each side, were transformed in casinos, waiting...
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Union Station

A well done job transformed an old and useless train station in a commercial complex. The old style was preserved, and all the area was embellished. The big lake is refreshing, and, when I went there,...
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Boat Rides on the Mississippi

We took a short sightseeing cruise on the Mississippi River after visiting the Gateway Arch. Overall it was a good experience. The narration of the history provided was wonderful, although in my...
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Anheuser-Busch Brewery

My husband liked this better than I did .. as I'm not a beer lover but Clydesdales and Free beer is a good deal. When we entered we handed tickets for the tour. So the shorter tour was free. I gather...
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Saint Louis Zoo

We only had 2 1/2 days in town and the zoo was on my must see things. I'd heard it was a great zoo .. Admission is free but parking was 15 a car load. It was a lot of walking and we had to rush as we...
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