United States: Missouri Books and Travel Guides


Branson, Mo : Las Vegas of the Ozarks
The pictures in the book are really colorful and fun to look at. I recommend this book for hard-to-shop-for friends and relatives, especially country music lovers.
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City Smart Guidebook : St. Louis
Whether you live here or you're coming in for a visit, it's well worth investing a few bucks for this book. You'll probably even save some money. Once you look inside, you'll notice just how many free museums, sites and attractions St. Louis has to offer. And I'm not talking about trivial, time-wasting side-trips, either. I'm talking about important sites like Laumeier Sculpture Park, U.S. Grant National Historic Site, Grant's Farm, the Federal Reserve Bank, Scott Air Force Base and Anheuser-Busch Tours, not to mention the Zoo, the Science Center, the Art Museum and the History Museum.
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City-Smart Guidebook: Kansas City
With fascinating information on the best in sightseeing and attractions, this guide will help travelers discover what makes Kansas City America's best-kept secret.
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Fun With the Family in Missouri : Hundreds of Ideas for Day Trips With the Kids
If you're taking the kids to the Show Me State, this is the book for you. From shopping for fresh fruit and vegetables at Soulard Market to taking a fastball in the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame to playing a few rounds at Family Golf Park, you'll find something to satisfy every whim! The book divides the state into five geographic regions, each with accommodations and eateries listed by city/town. Written by a parent, for parents, this opinionated, personal and easy-to-use guide has the best things to see and do to keep the kids busy and happy for an hour, a day, or a weekend-a guaranteed antidote to vacation boredom!
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The Insiders' Guide(r) to Branson & the Ozark Mountains
A comprehensive and colorful guidebook to a true slice of Americana. Local authors charm readers with more than 350 pages of prose detailing Branson's legend and lore, "stick to your ribs" restaurants, a myriad of music theaters, fabulous fishing, awesome attractions, antiques, arts and crafts and more
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Missouri Atlas & Gazetteer
The extensive Gazetteer section highlights all the outdoor activities the state has to offer, including: boating, water skiing, swimming, and fishing opportunities on 14 major lakes; paddling and floating opportunities for varying skill levels through the bluffs, plains and caves of the Ozark Mountains region and statewide;national historic trails; scenic drives through the Ozark Mountains region and other areas; gardens and zoos; attractions and venues of Branson; science, art and history museums; campgrounds accommodating tents and RV's; listing of state and national parks including their facilities and recreational activities; notable geological features such as the sinkholes, valleys and caves found throughout the Ozark Mountains region.
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Missouri Roadsides : The Traveler's Companion
Missouri Roadsides is a thorough compilation of almost every town in the state, from the small (Halltown, pop. 161) to the large (St. Louis, pop. 396,685). Based on courthouse records and eyeball observation, you'll find the history of each town, along with recreational areas, attractions, and fascinating tidbits.
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The Unofficial Guide to Branson, Missouri
Unbiased, unafraid, and utterly truthful, this guide to getting the best values in Missouri's country music mecca gives travelers the lowdown on Branson: the best deals in accommodations, transportation, dining and entertainment. Honest evaluations compiled by straight-shooting teams of independent researchers. Maps.
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