Lafayette Park Bed and Breakfast

1415 Missouri Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63104, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Saint Louis area of Saint Louis, is near St. Louis Union Station, Scottrade Center, Lafayette Square, and Milles Fountain.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Louis

Lounging in a hammock Day 13

A travel blog entry by workmule on Sep 10, 2014

... across the river... over the battle of the Bankers... as usual per war... and just north of this area is where the Ohio river converges with the old Miss.

There is a small public park here ... though you might not know it.. as there is some kind of incredible influx of barge activity ... like a giant staging area of Massive Tonka Toys that float....

A Mans world... of big boy toys........ I took my water jug up to where the river ...

Settled in with Skoglunds

A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Sep 01, 2014

We arrived at our friends the Skoglunds' house last Thursday, still in the overwhelming heat and humidity. Once we got set up in their driveway, we attempted to run one a/c, but the long run extension cord hooked up to house power wasn't enough to make it happen - so we settled into their guest rooom for the long Labor Day Weekend. ...

Da good times

A travel blog entry by cameronstone on Jul 12, 2014

The ride into Saint Louis was a completely next expierince. It was a 60 mile ride and we had a police escort for the last 25 miles. The entire team was able to ride in one giant mega paceline and take up the whole road. It was a real good time. For our day off we had a morning friendship visit barbeque with TASK ...

Saint Louis - Gateway to the West

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 26, 2014

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... most important city in the Midwest after Chicago and at time of its World Fair in 1904 the fourth most populous in America. Within its city limits, though, it rivals Detroit in terms of population loss since its peak around 1950, having lost more than 60 percent of its people since then.

Thus, large parts of the city look weirdly empty, blocks devoid of building where is seems like buildings should be on the streetscape grid, or at least once had ...

Ketchup and Cardinals

A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 22, 2014

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... 66 TV series, Joe was so tired he turned in and I headed downstairs for a quick dinner. The bistro gradually got very busy with Cardinals fans leaving the game. They didn't seem too lively or excited so I'm not sure the team was doing very well. I later found out that they had already won two of three consecutive games, so this last game was a "dead rubber". That ended another day on the road, one state down with us entering Missouri and 7 to ...

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