Travel Blogs from St Louis, United States

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On the Road Again......., St. Louis, United States travel blog

On the Road Again.......

A travel blog entry by tomsmidlife

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... bar going on about how he didn't like Cleveland because it was too 'clique-y' and he couldn't make friends. Thus far, St. Louis reminds me terrifically of Cleveland. Small city, some offices downtown but then the whole place closes up at five. During ...

St Louis Arch, Riverboats & Scary restaurants, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis Arch, Riverboats & Scary restaurants

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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... with only a small area and small windows to view the panorama below. Still, we had some amazing views of the Mississippi and surrounding St Louis city - we could even see our RV Park and our teeny-tiny truck parked below us in the parking lot. We didn't ...

Waiting for the plane part one, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Waiting for the plane part one

A travel blog entry by cognitive77

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The SO and I had my Mom and Dad (thanks guys!) drive us up to St. Louis since our flight is leaving at 645 am on Tuesday morning.  We're having a pretty uneventful evening eating IMO's pizza (good stuff) and watching some TV.  I called and ...

day 6, St. Louis, United States travel blog

day 6

A travel blog entry by rick

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A GREAT Day! We got to sleep in after our very, very late night last night... By the way, just in case you don't know, we do a devotional and talk about a time that we saw God for each day...most evenings that different youth or adults lead - but ...

london-December 17, St. Louis, United States travel blog

london-December 17

A travel blog entry by jiyen1213

Here's to creating a new website for my travel experiences in Europe. I will be studying abroad in the Spring of 2006, in London, England. My program will consist of four parts: 1) Studying at Imperial College London. 2) Working full-time ...

Day 9: Return Home, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Day 9: Return Home

A travel blog entry by ksutton

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Returning Home! "The lasting pleasures of contact with the natural world are not reserved for scientists but are available to anyone who will place him under the influence of the earth, sea and sky and their amazing life." -Rachel Carson Reminder: We ...

The Plan, St. Louis, United States travel blog

The Plan

A travel blog entry by beccaboyer

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... , Netherlands October 18th - 26th : ?????????? (Fall Break) October 27th - Dec 19th : LONDON, England December 22 : Flight to ST. LOUIS [At some point I will be going back to Europe ... date/location unknown] January 10th - March 6th : GENEVA, ...

Booneville, Lunch and the Cardinals Game, St Louis, United States travel blog

Booneville, Lunch and the Cardinals Game

A travel blog entry by dblegldave

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... . Biggest change I saw was a casino, the Isle of Capri...I don't think it was there when we floated the Missouri. On to St Louis. One more historical entry. Ever hear of Westminster College in Fulton, MO? Well, you come very close to it when traveling ...

So long I'll see ya, St. Louis, United States travel blog

So long I'll see ya

A travel blog entry by nbuene

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So.....I'm off on walkabout again. Here's a few pics from the going away party that started the Sat before I left and lasted almost until I stepped on the plane a week later.  From what little I'm able to recall the night was a blast and even the ...

She's Baaaa-aaaack!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

She's Baaaa-aaaack!

A travel blog entry by josiezim

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... a couple more weeks of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation... in Missouri! I opted to sublease a cute, little apartment in midtown St. Louis for 2 weeks so I could visit friends and family and maybe take the opportunity for solitude to reflect on my trip ...

St. Louis Arch and Zoo, St Louis, United States travel blog

St. Louis Arch and Zoo

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

Very nice day trip to the St. Louis Arch and the great ...

Confluence, St Louis, United States travel blog

Confluence

A travel blog entry by rgribn

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... the forecasted thunder storm, which never materialized. The picture is pretty boring, but beyond the nets between those posts, is the ST Louis Ram's practice facility. Every week i send them positive thoughts (as a good tourist, not as a fan), and ...

Ted Drewes, St. louis, United States travel blog

Ted Drewes

A travel blog entry by ramblinraasch

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             Our next stop was Ted Drewes Frozen Custard in St. Louis. We had heard a lot about this place and it didn't disappoint. They are know for their concretes which is basically just stuff ...

Under the Arch, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Under the Arch

A travel blog entry by jandjgo

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... make plans to check out Soulard tomorrow and maybe visit the Anheuser-Busch brewery. (written by Justin) I had high expectations of St. Louis despite mixed opinions I had heard from past visitors.  Something about the city has always had an appeal to ...

St Louis, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by rgribn

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After a fairly frantic 10 days getting moved out of Ventura, here I am in St Louis. I'm staying at the Marriott Residence Inn in Earth City, MO. It's maybe 20 miles from downtown SL, but it's very close to the restaurant we're studying. Work is going ...

You Can Find Me in St.Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

You Can Find Me in St.Louis

A travel blog entry by dustintherrien

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Checked in last night had a Bourbon on the plane one in the bar and one in the room, R & D for the tour thurs, fri, sat, sun. At the national ice cream retailers association conference which begins today! I will be a much better ice cream retailer ...

Expanding Westward, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Expanding Westward

A travel blog entry by jandjgo

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... Superman capital of the US, it was interesting and a little sad at the same time.  Spoiled fat kids from all over the United States rushed into the gift shops and demanded one of every action figure they could get their hands on.  I'm sure they ...

Heading Back to Europe, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Heading Back to Europe

A travel blog entry by beccaboyer

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... and it was generally unpleasant. LAME! Then they switched our gate and delayed our flight b/c they found more baggage that was headed to St. Louis. The flight home was a piece of cake. I was greeted by the BEST parents in the world. We headed to baggage ...

Day in Louisiville, St Louis, United States travel blog

Day in Louisiville

A travel blog entry by rogersusieq

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... before the track is closed till March, at that time the horses go south for the winter to race in Florida and other Southern states. Later we took a van tour of center field which there is a tunnel under the track. During the Kentucky derby that area ...

Day 1: The Bus Ride, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Day 1: The Bus Ride

A travel blog entry by ksutton

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The Bus Ride This morning, at 9:30 a.m., we began our journey west.  Students and teachers boarded a 55 passenger bus and got comfortable for the long ride ahead.  Students chatted, listened to their portable music devices, played ...

400 Miles......into St. Louis....and some weather., St. Louis, United States travel blog

400 Miles......into St. Louis....and some weather.

A travel blog entry by smorourke

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This was our longest ride so far - we clicked off 400 miles between Cincinnati and St. Louis.  It was a very easy ride until the last 15-20 miles when we rode into a thunderstorm.  We had to break out the rain gear under an ...

Day In St Louis, St Louis, United States travel blog

Day In St Louis

A travel blog entry by rogersusieq

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27 Oct we were at St Louis Arch and Westward Expansion museum, in the afternoon went to Bass Pro Shop headquarters. The arch is 670 ft tall. Little cars holding 5 people take you to the top. No windows in the cars.. The Bass Pro Shop in Springfield, MO is ...

At the Mississippi, St. Louis, United States travel blog

At the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by usatour

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Crossed the Mississipi to St. Louis, Missouri.  Visited the St. Louis Arch and the Museum of Western Expansion.  Thunderstorms that night which meant Motel and a REAL BED.  Oh my, a real bed!  On Saturday we visited the St. Louis ...

Day 4, St Louis, United States travel blog

Day 4

A travel blog entry by rick

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Highlights of Saturday: It is Saturday right? We left Memphis by 9:00 am to drive to St. Louis. Our concert today was at a home facility for adults with extreme mental and physical disabilities...called PonyBird. We were welcomed there with a ...

The glorious Arch!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

The glorious Arch!

A travel blog entry by i-wander

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... I am ready to put down some roots for a little while.  Today we crossed the Mississippi River and drove through St. Louis.  It was a little intense driving through a busy city after driving through 2-lane country roads for a while. But we ...

Lost in St Louis, St Louis, United States travel blog

Lost in St Louis

A travel blog entry by alvrez

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Another morning of coffee beside the Mississippi before hitting the road to St Louis - only a mere 550 km drive away. Earlier that morning I had broken the catch on the wardrobe door, so we stopped at an RV place & bought a replacement packet of 2. ...

Evacuation to St. Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Evacuation to St. Louis

A travel blog entry by bebraud

... I needed (I had left my big suitcase at home because the line at the airport was so ridiculous). By the time I left for the St. Louis airport, she had given me a new suitcase full of everything I was lacking. I'll never forget it, and I think that such ...

First Day of Ice Cream Conference, St. Louis, United States travel blog

First Day of Ice Cream Conference

A travel blog entry by dustintherrien

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Had a great first day at the ice cream conference. Learned a ton about ice cream cakes watch out coming soon to a carp near you. Met the man who made my ice cream maker at the creamery he recognized me by my name from me calling him with questions in the ...

Long Day of Travel, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Long Day of Travel

A travel blog entry by steve.stever

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... read, Hit a worker, $10000 fine and 14 years in jail (why 14?) not much happened here, except it led to Missouri. Into St. Louis we appeared. Of course we went to the riverfront and admired the great Arch. This is definitely a place to check out when ...

Horses, Dalmations, and Beer - Oh my!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Horses, Dalmations, and Beer - Oh my!

A travel blog entry by jandjgo

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... by in Golden to tour the Coors Brewery - the largest single brewing facility in the world.  This Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis is said to be the highest volume production brewery in the world.  It is hard to compare them because they are ...

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