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       WEEKEND GETAWAYS - Friday, March 28, 2008
    Make The Most Of Your Vacation - From Coast to Coast!

Greetings Getaway Lover,

This Weekend We're off to St. Louis....

St. Louis is known as the Gateway to the West. Certainly 
that was true for Lewis and Clark: it was here that they 
stopped for provisions while on their famous expedition. 
And in the years that followed, the city became a 
manufacturing center for wagons, guns, blankets, saddles, 
and everything the pioneer would need on a journey west. 

It's A fun City with lots of things to do and see.

Happy Trails,


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--DESTINATION: St Louis Missouri - Home Of The Arch

St. Louis is indisputably a baseball town. Since the St. 
Louis Browns placed first in the major leagues in 1885, 
and the Cardinals won their first World Series title in 
1926, fanatic love of the sport has been a way of life 
for many. Other sports come and go, but St. Louisans 
remain loyal to baseball. 

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Gateway Arch 

Memorial/Monument, Downtown 
A ride to the top of the 630-ft arch, designed by archi-
tect Eero Saarinen, is a must. The centerpiece of the 91-
acre Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park, the arch 
was built in 1965 to commemorate the city where thousands 
of 19th-century pioneers stopped for provisions before 
traveling west. For $8, a tram takes you up through one 
of the arch's legs to an observation room with a terrific 
view of the city and the Mississippi. Beneath the arch is 
the underground visitor center and the Museum of Westward 

Address: On the riverfront at Market St., St. Louis, MO, 
USA  Phone: 314/655-1700

Cathedral of St. Louis 

Religious Site, Central West End  
A mind-boggling collection of mosaics covers the walls, 
ceilings, and three domes of this amazing cathedral, 
which is also known as the New Cathedral. Romanesque on 
the outside and Byzantine on the inside, the cathedral 
remains one of the city's most popular attractions. 

Address: Lindell Blvd. and Newstead Ave., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/533-2824 or 314/533-0544 

Other Places of Interest:

Sights & Activities  
Grant's Farm
Zoo/Aquarium, South City 
Open April-October, this is a favorite with St. Louis 
children for its 160-acre petting zoo, animal preserve, 
and train ride to visit the Clydesdales. 
Address: 10501 Gravois, St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/843-1700

Forest Park 

Park, Forest Park 
On the western edge of town is this well-known park, 
whose grounds include the city zoo, the art museum, 
and the science museum. 
Address: north of U.S. 40 between Kingshighway and Sk
inker Blvds., St. Louis, MO, USA

Winery/Brewery, Soulard 
St. Louis is home to the world's largest brewer, the 
maker of Budweiser beer. Tours of the company's world 
headquarters, in south St. Louis, include the stables 
where the famous Clydesdale horses are kept.
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Address: 12th and Lynch Sts., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/577-2626

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Adam's Mark St. Louis 

$150 to Over $225, Laclede's Landing 
This hotel is designed is around a three-story atrium 
with arched windows and a pair of larger-than-life 
bronze horses created in Italy. Designed as an office 
building in 1900, the building became a hotel in 1983 
and is within easy walking distance of Laclede's 
Landing. 813 rooms, 97 suites. 2 restaurants, room 
service, some refrigerators, cable TV, in-room data 
ports, 2 pools, gym, hair salon, hot tub, 4 bars (with 
entertainment), laundry facilities, laundry service, 
business services, parking (fee). AE, D, DC, MC, V. 

Address: 4th and Chestnut Sts., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/241-7400 or 800/444-2326
Fax: 314/241-6618
Omni Majestic 
$100 to $225, Downtown 
This small, European-style hotel downtown is a frequent 
choice of visiting celebrities. It was built in 1913 and 
is filled with reproduction antiques. www.omnihotels.com. 
91 rooms. Restaurant, cable TV, in-room data ports, gym, 
laundry service, business services, airport shuttle, 
free parking. AE, D, DC, MC, V. 

Address: 1019 Pine St., St. Louis, MO 63101, USA
Phone: 314/436-2355 or 800/843-6664
Fax: 314/436-0223

Drury Inn-Union Station 
$100 to $150, Downtown 
Lead-glass windows and marble columns give historic 
charm to this former YMCA. Among its assets are free 
parking and an excellent location, next to Union Station. 
www.druryinn.com. 176 rooms. Restaurant, some refrigerators, 
cable TV, in-room data ports, pool, gym, hot tub, bar, 
laundry facilities, free parking, some pets allowed. AE, D, 
DC, MC, V. Continental breakfast. 

Address: 201 S. 20th St., St. Louis, MO 63103, USA
Phone: 314/231-3900
Fax: 314/231-3900


Eclectic, $12 to Over $32, Central West End 
This Central West End restaurant is decorated with vintage 
wine posters and offers a wide-ranging menu featuring such 
dishes as barbecued salmon and ligorian shrimp pasta 
(linguine with sun-dried tomatoes and feta in a cream 
sauce). AE, D, DC, MC, V. 

Address: 405 N. Euclid Ave., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/361-8085

Blueberry Hill 

American/Casual, Under $12, The U-City Loop 
Dart competitions and local bands draw crowds to this 
trendy gathering spot. A burger, a locally brewed Rock 
'n' Roll beer, and a quarter in the famous 2,000-tune 
jukebox get the good times going. AE, D, DC, MC, V. 

Address: 6504 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/727-0880 


Continental, $22 to $32, Clayton 
At this sophisticated establishment, you can eat in 
either the airy café, with marble-top tables and French 
doors, or in the more formal, elegant dining room. The 
changing menu may include duck breast or roasted rack 
of lamb, among other specialties. AE, DC, MC, V. No 
lunch weekends. 

Address: 8100 Maryland St., St. Louis, MO, USA
Phone: 314/726-5055


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