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St Louis
It is a city with numerous personalities: a mix of authentic America with a vaguely European air. Music from the nation's past floats from the famous jazz and blues clubs over the waters of the Mississippi, paddle steamers dock along the riverfront where warehouses that once housed industrial cargoes now contain antique shops and restaurants as part of the revitalised Laclede's Landing Historic District.

Popular attractions include:

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours - Tours include the recently renovated Brewhouse, Clydesdale stables, lager cellar, packaging plant, hospitality room.

Anheuser-Busch - St. Louis Conference and Sports - A 32-acre, multi-use facility; conferences, banquets, sports. Site of youth, collegiate and World Class Soccer events. Daily, 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.

America's Center - St. Louis' state-of-the-art convention complex. Group tours of the 70,000 seat Trans World Dome SM at America's Center by reservation only, Mon. - Fri.. Admission fee.

Calvary Cemetery - Grave sites of playwright Tennessee Williams, General William Tecumseh Sherman, Dred Scott. Many architecturally significant tombs and memorials. Historic tour guides available at the office.

Forest Park - Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. At 1,370 acres, it is approximately 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York City. Contains Art Museum, Science Center, Zoo, Jewel Box greenhouse, History Museum and The Muny theatre, connected by the Shuttle Bug from the Forest Park MetroLink Station. 7.5-mile biking, jogging and skating path, ice skating rink, lakes.

Golf & Recreation - Come and play the majestic Annbriar Golf Course, which features a unique blend of open, links-style terrain on the scenic front nine and wooded rolling terrain on the back nine.