Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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Great start, sweltering heat!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Great start, sweltering heat!

A travel blog entry by kellyfordkellyf

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... 's peaches for a house gift and to share with the teachers in the Colorado group, then hit the road. We arrived in St. Louis around noon and looked around outside. Before leaving St. Louis, we ate lunch on the Riverfront, then went to the Botanical ...

Tour por Saint Louis!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Tour por Saint Louis!

A travel blog entry by paula_en_usa

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... y perdón por la demora!! Me tienen al trote!! jajaj... Les voy a resumir lo que fue un poquito el primer finde en Saint Louis, recién llegaditos casi... ASí como el viernes Austin nos llevó a recorrer la universidad, el sábado dos profes que ...

Chocolate Ramens, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Chocolate Ramens

A travel blog entry by workmule

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Sunrise was Foggy, survivor man has plenty of noodles a bucket full and more. He is using an old sock for a coffee filter. He pours the water off the Ramen noodles to make coffee.... a win win situation. ...

How do we bring about peace?, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

How do we bring about peace?

A travel blog entry by stock4peace

... need to try my best at being the most loving, most open person that they can be. Not only can I be a Representative of the United States, but more importantly, I can try to be a compassionate human being to them. I know most of these ideas seem maybe ...

Returning Home, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Returning Home

A travel blog entry by walterc

... this time had gone without any problem.  When boarding time came, I got on the plane. It took off on time, leaving St. Louis, and returning to Philly. Once I arrived there, I went straight to work. The trip was over! This was a nice short, weekend ...

City Museum--crazy!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

City Museum--crazy!

A travel blog entry by bookiemama

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... craziest place I have ever been.  The Museum is housed in an old 7-story shoelace factory in downtown St Louis.  An artist named Bob Casilly purchased the building and began collecting salvaged architectural pieces that he put together to make ...

Monkey Joe's, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Monkey Joe's

A travel blog entry by melendra

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We started our day with Monkey Joe's. This second bounce paradise of the trip was packed full of slides, obstacle courses, and bounce houses (as well as people). Bryn, Sage, and Paul loved, loved, loved it. Joe and I loved the fact that Ruby Tuesdays was ...

Science Center and Gateway Arch - St. Louis!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Science Center and Gateway Arch - St. Louis!

A travel blog entry by mhfamily

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... to park but since we got there early we were able to street park and Sundays there is no metered parking - double bonus! The St. Louis Science Center is amazing! Phoebe about lost her mind when we walked in and saw a huge T-Rex display. There is so much ...

Riding out the storm, Bay St.Louis MS, United States travel blog

Riding out the storm

A travel blog entry by kevinonxm

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... stopped for the night in Montgomery AL and then got up again at 3:30 AM to beat the storm. It worked we made it to Bay St Louis MS before noon today and we are at the Hollywood Casino all set up and ready to ride out the storm and do the show. The ...

The beginning of my travels, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The beginning of my travels

A travel blog entry by joeymrules

... that I need because I don't have much time left. All I know about my trip so far is that I leave Lambert airport in St. Louis at 7:00 a.m. and arrive at Laguardia airport in NYC. I will switch to the JFK airport when I arrive in NYC and have 5 or so ...

St Louis, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by lucyswd

Graduated from High ...

2 Days with friends, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

2 Days with friends

A travel blog entry by donnyandmarie

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In 2 days we again did so much with the help of our friends. The arch we got to the top and strolled through park. Drank free beer at budwieser factory tour and ate great Italian food in Little Itally. We had such a great time and had been made very ...

Homeward bound..., St. Louis, United States travel blog

Homeward bound...

A travel blog entry by c_m_c_m

Enjoyed our trip though Chattanooga's southern tip of the Appalachians.  The groundwater that flows through the cracks in the rocks was frozen into giant ice cycle waterfalls.  They were quite impressive!  Did not do any other sightseeing ...

Gracias Webster, gracias St Louis, gracias USA!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Gracias Webster, gracias St Louis, gracias USA!

A travel blog entry by lamaga

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Mi aventura comenzó en Saint Louis, y es aquí donde termina.  No tengo más que palabras de agradecimiento para toda la gente que hizo posible y fue parte de este viaje. Mi familia, que me apoyó desde el principio, se alegró con cada sonrisa mía ...

Mississippi River & St. Louis Arch, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Mississippi River & St. Louis Arch

A travel blog entry by jenjenjen09

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Day 32                  Our day started with a trip on the Mississippi River via riverboat. We road around as the captain explained the hiatory of the river and showed us all the buildings and bridges in the ...

Greenest grass I ever saw!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Greenest grass I ever saw!

A travel blog entry by clarefulginitti

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... very agreeable and just wanted to enjoy the facts shared by the guide.  Except there was one guy who was a die hard St. Louis Cardinals fan and also seemed to be an official on all things St. Louis Cards.  Not sure why he was on the tour ...

Day Sixteen, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Day Sixteen

A travel blog entry by usaadventurer

... Cubs Steakhouse, delicious chicken quesadillas!  Plane was the tinniest thing I have ever seen. Held 64 passengers. The flight to St. Louis was only 40 minutes which was perfect because I was sitting next to the Hulk so only had 3/4 of a seat. Tried ...

Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Saint Louis Art Museum

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... 2002 with a posh restaurant and space for the modern art collection and for temporary exhibitions. I lucked out to be in Saint Louis shortly before the "Impressionist France: Visions of a Nation from LeGray to Monet" special exhibition ended. In contrast ...

Feb 24, 2015, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Feb 24, 2015

A travel blog entry by mnguyen46

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Too ancy to pack..., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Too ancy to pack...

A travel blog entry by kec4

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I am trying to put everything together that I will need while I am abroad, but I am entirely too anxious and at this point I would rather go empty handed! I am having a pretty hard time trying to decide what to take and what to leave behind because I ...

Final Assignment: Useful Links, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Final Assignment: Useful Links

A travel blog entry by alexdetmering

Here are some website you might find useful as you prepare for our final assignments.   For the research paper assigned to class 1, you might find this website helpful:   https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/658/01/ For the teaching ...

Grumpy Gato, Car Troubles and Storms!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Grumpy Gato, Car Troubles and Storms!

A travel blog entry by ehighfield

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... the road again, and easily conquered Dayton, Indianapolis, and a lot of open country and farm land. Somewhere between Indianapolis and St. Louis, we started to see low lying, fast moving dark and ominous clouds. The sky immediately went black, and I was ...

The Famous Arch!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The Famous Arch!

A travel blog entry by tomapush

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... . It was built in 1963, as a monument to westward expansion. It symbolized connecting the west to the east of the United States. At the arch, there is also a museum, The Museum of Westward expansion. This museum details many aspects of expansionism, from ...

Museum of Transportation - St. Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Museum of Transportation - St. Louis

A travel blog entry by gsee

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We visited the St. Louis Museum of Transportation.   They have a variety of transportation areas including airplanes, cars. railroads, trolleys, and finally a miniature train.   One of the highlights was getting a special "behind the ...

Start of the adventure, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Start of the adventure

A travel blog entry by vaughn_vac2014

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... 10ish. hehehe.  (Great adventures never start on time.) Our first A to B distance would consist of home (Lancaster) to St. Louis, Missouri.  Bryan was the first driver, he lasted until Dayton, Ohio where we stopped to have lunch.  Bry took ...

Like a Ghostown, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Like a Ghostown

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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... . So we went to Forest Park where the World's Fair was held in 1904. The park was great. Did the Missouri History Museum, Saint Louis Art Museum and the Zoo. All had free admission. Went to dinner at a great Italian restaurant downtown, Kemoll's. We ...

A day at Mound City, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

A day at Mound City

A travel blog entry by spartanz

St ...

Spending the day in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Spending the day in Saint Louis

A travel blog entry by thehuttonstrail

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Road trip day 3 6/17/16   Today was very exciting. It’s dad’s birthday and we did a lot on his birthday. The only thing that was not very good about today is that everything had to come to an end. The first thing that we did was we went ...

Teton Science School--Here We Come!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Teton Science School--Here We Come!

A travel blog entry by tetons2012

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The Bus Ride Today we began our journey west to the Teton Science School!  Chaperones and students loaded their belongings and boarded a 55 passenger bus this morning. We all got settled in for the long ride ahead.  Students chatted, listened ...

day 4, Saint louis, United States travel blog

day 4

A travel blog entry by arwenevenstar29

it was kind of funny,but cute and sweet at the same time. i called david at his house and nobody answered. so  left a message. he got the message and rushed over to the hotel. i saw him run past the room. it didn't occure to me that it was him. i ...

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