Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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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 ...

why in the world Peru and Bolivia?!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

why in the world Peru and Bolivia?!

A travel blog entry by irenan

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    So...this trip hasn't started yet, but the preparations have...our plane tickets are already purchased and the itinerary is finalized...considering that the trip is still almost 5 months in the future it's unbelievable, but! - ...

"Hit A Worker: $10,000 Fine"

A travel blog entry by eabelle

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... Forest Hill Park. We wandered past the zoo, but didn’t enter because they’re too depressing, and stumbled upon the St. Louis World’s Fare, where we declined to ride the Ferris Wheel because we are on a budget, people. We said our sad ...

First work trip, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

First work trip

A travel blog entry by kobie

Leaving on a jet plane for my first trip to Asia super soon! Stay tuned...hopefully I will be able to figure out how to upload pics enroute ...

Our Travel Philosophy, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Our Travel Philosophy

A travel blog entry by irenan

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well, back to our travel philosophy... we are active and adventurous... we make plans, but we are flexible enough to change or abandon them if something picks our interest along the way... we don't self-impose the obligation to do and see as much as ...

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 ...

Saint Louie! What a city, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Saint Louie! What a city

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

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... different thing. It is actually a monuement to the Thomas Jefferson/Louis and Clarke era or the great western expansion of the United States.  Hence the name the "Gateway Arch" (gateway to the west). The arch was actually the winning design ...

Return to the States, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Return to the States

A travel blog entry by asthecrowflies

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After spending a month in Chiang Mai, I returned to the States.  To follow up on my studies abroad, I was asked to do two lectures in a course on contemporary Chinese society.  The lectures surveyed the areas I studied and the influence of China ...

Driving Home, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Driving Home

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego

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... . This summer we're planning on another road trip in Old Blue.  If we make it, we'll have hit 49 of the 50 states, with just Alaska remaining.  Old Blue will then have been with us for 47 states.  In case you'e wondering, New Jersey will be ...

St. Louis, Day 4, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

St. Louis, Day 4

A travel blog entry by kacey13

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... deck. The views of the city are incredible!  After going back to Bob's house for lunch, we headed out again to the St. Louis Zoo.  Thank God there was a train that we could take from one part of the zoo to another, because us old farts needed ...

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

The glorious Arch!

A travel blog entry by i-wander

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... 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

... 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 ...

Beer and Arches, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Beer and Arches

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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... expedition.  It was produced by National Geographic and was both engaging and very educational.  Next I went to St. Louis Union Station.  A large historic railroad station that has been converted to also house a hotel and a shopping ...

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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... , 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 there's ...

Great Day in the Big Easy, Bay Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Great Day in the Big Easy

A travel blog entry by shoultscamping

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... bus. It's not something I will forget anytime soon. We discussed the "where to eat" discussion and decided to return to Bay St. Louis for dinner. We ended up at Pizza Hut. Then it was back to "Winnie" where Janet watched "Fringe" and I worked updating ...

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 ...

Day off in St. Louie, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Day off in St. Louie

A travel blog entry by adivine3

... to Forest Park.  Nice park larger than NYC's Central Park, with several museums and fountains.  My destination with the St Louis Art Museum which was free! and quite nice.  I posted a couple of pics of my favorite pieces on Facebook.  ...

Moving On..., St. Louis, United States travel blog

Moving On...

A travel blog entry by patrickv

So yes, I know, I'm no longer in Vienna and I already made my final post. But guess what - I've decided that I'm not done blogging. To continue the tradition, I unveil Folkor's Music Reviews: http://patricksmusic.blogspot.com/ Enjoy. See you next ...

Magical Mr. Mistoffelees, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Magical Mr. Mistoffelees

A travel blog entry by transformers

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... many young families with children fill the sanctuary. Afterwards we headed back to The Rock, ate lunch, and then headed over to the St. Louis City Museum. The City Museum is not a "museum" in most senses, but rather, it is a huge playground that is in an ...

Logout, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Logout

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube

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... fault. Oh well, I left before 6 so alls fair. I thought I'd put up a picture of the most known image of St. Louis, the arch. It represents the struggle of our young nation in expanding westward into the wildnerness. I'm not going to be struggling so ...

Hello Mr. President, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Hello Mr. President

A travel blog entry by nessandjess

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... like a normal old crappy bridge, but not even a cool, rusty, falling-apart antiquey type bridge. Lol Arrived at St.Louis after crossing the Illinois-Missouri stateline – unfortunately we couldn’t get out and take piccys as we were crossing a ...

St. Louis, MO, St. Louis, United States travel blog

St. Louis, MO

A travel blog entry by ybslob

St. Louis, ...

Day 5, St Louis, United States travel blog

Day 5

A travel blog entry by rick

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What a great day! We got the opportunity to go to Manchester UMC's Contemporary Service or Youth Sunday School and then we sang 2 songs for their 10:30 am service. After church we were joined by Haley Schell(last year's summer intern) and her sister ...

Departure after Bhangra Party, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Departure after Bhangra Party

A travel blog entry by audisahni

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Plan to leave. Bhangra party is evolving!! Here is the latest trip itenerary (updated ...

Up the Arch and a game down to the wire, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Up the Arch and a game down to the wire

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... to try to get a decent night’s sleep. Highlights Gateway Arch – Taking the small capsule to the top St Louis Zoo – Hippo, Gorilla, Orangatans Dinner at the Boathouse Cardinals Pirates game – 14 innings, after midnight, Cards come ...

Gateway to the West, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Gateway to the West

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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... and cobbled streets are now a great dining and entertainment area.  Our trip on the river took us under the many bridges of St Louis, which connect Illinois and Missouri, some of them are rail bridges of course, and we did see quite a few trains. Our ...

We cross the Mississippi, St louis, United States travel blog

We cross the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by mcgregors5

we cross the ...

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