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European settlers established a Mississippi River town here in the late 1700s. Today, Cape Girardeau 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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Explore the German heritage that small-town Hermann (population: 2,600) proudly maintains in its food, wine, beer, museums and famous wine trail.
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Mark Twain’s stories of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn began in this Mississippi River town.
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More balmy than brisk, fall here is perfect for hopscotching between the city’s historic green (and red and gold) spaces.
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Explore the Flint Hills, just 90 miles southwest of Kansas City, or enjoy historic Independence, Missouri, or Fort Scott, Kansas.
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In a timber-frame house at Silver Dollar City theme park in Branson, Missouri, the Midwest Living Culinary and Craft School takes the fuss out of cooking class. Here, it’s all about simple, tasty...

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