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European settlers established a Mississippi River town here in the late 1700s. Today, Cape Girardeau (population: 37,941) is known for good shopping.
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The southwest Ozark town brims with entertainment and lakeside fun.
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An arts district, an entertainment district and (arguably) the nation's best barbecue are just the start.
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Great shopping and ethnic foods await in the Gateway City's neighborhoods.
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A walkable downtown and solid restaurant scene make the home of the University of Missouri a cool stop (population: 102,000).
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Book the lodging that feels right to you, then wake each morning and let your mood guide your day. The nice thing about a destination this big is that no matter what you crave, you’ll find it.
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Founded in the 1800s by German vintners, Hermann (population: 2,600) has retained its small-town character even though thousands come to this Missouri River town each year to explore the area’s...
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Mark Twain’s stories of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn began in this Mississippi River town (population: 17,500). The National Tom Sawyer Days festival takes place July 3–7 in 2013.