Eccentry Holidays Highlights St. Louis, Missouri as Great Vacation Spot

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Eccentry Holidays invites travelers to enjoy the Mid-West this September.

St. Louis is known as the Gateway to the west, and Eccentry Holidays wants travelers to experience the magnificence of the city and the Mississippi River. Founded in 1764 and acquired with the Louisiana Purchase, St. Louis is home to the first bridge over the Mississippi and grew over the last few centuries primarily due to industrialization. These fantastic cruise options allow vacationers to experience both in a variety of ways. All of these cruises embark from the riverboat dock located on the riverfront below the Gateway Arch.

1.    Sunday Brunch – Nothing says Sunday morning like brunch, and Eccentry Holidays encourages travelers to enjoy some rest and relaxation on the deck of a charming riverboat. Cruise along the Mississippi River in style while enjoying views of the St. Louis Skyline. This cruise is offered only six times a year and September 20th is the final date. Along with the entertainment of a Dixieland band, a scrumptious brunch is served. Some of the delicious options include cheese blintzes, prime rib, pasta, eggs, and French toast. This cruise is 2 hours long with boarding at 12:30pm.

2.    Sightseeing – From March to November, travelers are encouraged to sit back and take in the sights of St. Louis from the Mississippi River. A one-hour sightseeing cruise is available onboard either the Tom Sawyer or Becky Thatcher riverboats. The charming Captain narrates the cruise, pointing out landmarks, discussing the French inspired architecture, and describing the rich history of St. Louis. A National Park Ranger frequently accompanies the Captain on this cruise and discusses how the river affects and benefits the city.

3.    Dinner – Eccentry Holidays invites St. Louis vacationers to enjoy a Skyline Dinner Cruise. Available each Friday and Saturday evening from April through October, a delicious buffet dinner is prepared for those cruising the Mississippi. Options include prime rib, baked cod on Fridays, and chicken as well as the Chef’s choice of a decadent dessert. Accompanying this meal are musicians playing riverboat jazz and breathtaking views of the St. Louis skyline at night. Upgrades for group outings are available, including champagne, wine, party favors, or hors d’oeuvres.

Groups are encouraged to experience these adventures together, and Eccentry Holidays can help make that possible. For more information on booking tickets for these cruises, great accommodations, or other ways to explore St. Louis, contact Eccentry Holidays today.



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