St. Louis, Missouri, is situated at the intersection of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Two of its major annual events are Mardi Gras and the Strassenfest. Two of its most popular tourist attractions are the Gateway Arch and the Missouri History Museum. Among its multitude of eateries, is a pair of traditional Italian restaurants. One is Giovannis, and the other is Josephs Italian Cafe. The biggest problem with finding a Saint Louis inn or a St Louis bed and breakfast is the large selection from which one has to choose. There are many highly rated Saint Louis B&Bs that will provide visitors with the perfect overnight stay.
1101 Main Street, Maeystown, Illinois
A restored 1884 hotel & saloon, now a bed & breakfast inn, with six antique appointed guest rooms & private baths, Victorian ballroom, guest cottage, whirlpool and loft suites, in historic 1852 German village with Kaffeehaus, antique shop, general store, sweet shoppe & museum. Located near fine restaurants, historic forts, Fort de Chartres & Fort Kaskaskia, Fults Hill Prairie Nature Preserve, Salt Lick Trail, Schorr Lake Vineyards, Lau-Nae Winery and the towns of Waterloo, Red Bud, Valmeyer, Fults and Prairie du Rocher.