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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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Shopping in Ste. Genevieve

This village is made for shoppers. Market, Merchant, Main, and Third Streets are filled with shops, restaurants, and Places to Stay.HIDDEN TREASURES28 South Main(573)883-7216At this darling gift Shop,...
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Sainte Genevieve Winery

In the French Colonial Historical District in Ste. Genevieve stands a large red brick home that serves as both a Bed and Breakfast (upstairs) and a Wine Shop (downstairs). IThe home was established in...
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21958 Hwy 32, Sainte Genevieve, MO, 63670, USA
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Corner Main and Merchant Street, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, 63670, United States
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78 N Main St, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, 63670, United States
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383 Jefferson Street P.O. Box 29, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, 63670, United States
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221 N. Main Street, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri, 63670, United States
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Ste. Genevievre Historic District

The City of St. Genevievre is on the west bank of the Mississippi, south of St. Louis. Two waterways,(north and south Gabouri Creek) cross the district - neither of them currently navigable. The...
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Great River Road Interpretive and Welcome Center

We went to the Welcome Center and saw the short video film, but most of the buildings are closed in the winter, at least in the middle of the week. Hours: Everyday from 9a.m.-5p.m. Afterward we...
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Ste. Genevievre Churches

The main church of historical interest is the Roman Catholic church. The parish of Ste. Genevieve was officially started in January 1759 by Jesuits who came from Quebec. The current church was built...
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Ste. Genevievre Memorial Cemetery

This is where the early pioneers were buried. But some of the old stones are hard to read. When we were there, some of the stones were broken and lying on the ground and some had been repaired in...
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""Mother City of The West", Ste. Genevieve"
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"Early French Settlement on the Mississippi"
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"Ste. Genevieve - Lovely Quaint Community"
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