Quality Inn Near Six Flags St. Louis
1400 West Osage St.
Pacific, MO 63069
Phone: (636) 257-8400
Fax: (636) 257-3112
As goes the norm, the downtown of every city is the most lively part and Downtown Washington is no exception to this. It is abound with a variety of shopping destinations and offers a range of eat out options. Home to a few heritage structures and important political buildings, this neighborhood is the lifeline of the city. Numerous public events like festivals and fun fairs are regularly hosted here, further elevating its charm. A favorite among locals as well as tourists, Downtown Washington is certainly a must visit.
The St. Paul's Church is a Lutheran Church established in 1860. Designed by architects A. Carl and Schlottmann, the congregation was founded by immigrants from Germany. The church became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Services and other religious ceremonies still continue at the church.
This West County hospital offers skilled nursing care and specializes in comprehensive cancer, cardiac, surgical, rehabilitation and sports medicine services. Also on hand is a maternity center with special delivery suites, plus a breast care center, a women's outpatient diagnostic center, a residential care facility, an affiliated hospitals dialysis center and a problem wound management facility.
Olive Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church or the Evangelische Friedens Gemneinde Lutheran Congregation dates back to 1896. In 2004, the Gothic Revival building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This 484-bed hospital resides close to major highways and offers a full range of medical and surgical services, including open-heart surgery, coronary care, acute renal dialysis and HIV/Aids services. There is also a neonatal nursery and a home care unit.
A major 979-bed medical facility located in West County, this hospital specializes in areas including obstetrics/pediatrics, neonatal intensive care and comprehensive coronary, cancer and rehabilitation services. Also on hand is a Level I trauma center, alcohol/chemical dependency treatment and psychiatric services. Graduate medical education takes place here as well.
This hospital treats children with conditions such as spina bifida/myelodysplasia, scoliosis, neuromuscular disorders, metabolic bone disease and limb deficiencies. Orthopedic reconstructive surgery is also available. Treatment is free of charge.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is a religious site for the locals of Springfield. The church services include worship, sacraments, education, formation, outreach, community service.
Located in St Louis the Ethical Society of St. Louis is a group that organizes various activities for the community. These activities and events bring people together. The aim of the society is to work and bring people together. The Ethical Society of St. Louis has an annual Arts Exhibition where they provide local talents with a chance to showcase their works. They also rent out the place for private functions and events.
A charming town, located about 7 miles (11.2 kilometers) from the bustling city of St. Louis, Maplewood offers a welcome change from a city atmosphere. Its close proximity to such a major city means it is easily accessible, and has become a popular weekend getaway, offering much more than just a breath of fresh air. Visitors will be charmed by the town's historic areas, like the Greenwood Historic District, which are home to several homes built around 1900, still preserved in their splendor. Also, the town is bustling with events all year round, like the Maplewood ArtsWalk, Let Them Eat Art, and Maplewood Green Day.