True!St. Louis has the Lumière Place Casino within walking distance and the Casino Queen is right across the river in Illinois - just a quick light rail ride away.
Both casinos have hotels.Lumiere Place is best reached via the metro. 5 stops away at the LeCleade's Landing stop.
Casino Queen is 6 stops (Across Mississippi River) away at the River East stop.
I'm not sure either one had a hotel attached, as part of their operations, so don't plan on spending the night there.
We'll if you're going suggest that. I'll suggest taking the train to WAS then take the MARC Camden line to Baltimore for the Horseshoe Casino. Technically not the NEC.How about Texas Eagle to CHI and then CL to WAS followed by NER to PHL and then NJ Transit Atlantic City Line to Atlantic City?
While that's true enough...although I'm not much of a gambler and I've only been on two cruise ships in my life, on neither one do I remember seeing "real dice craps." They seemed to me to be just a warehouse of slots and video poker machines. You might as well stand around and watch the "action" as you feed dollar bills into a shredder...Any city that has a cruise terminal not far from the station has cruise ships that have casinos (when they start up again)! That includes Boston, NY, NOL, NJ, Charleston, FTL, Tampa, Miami (and more?)