Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

At the arch, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

At the arch

A travel blog entry by marty_moose

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St Louis, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by avoner

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STL ...

Day 7 - St. Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Day 7 - St. Louis

A travel blog entry by michelleikeenan

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We were amazed by the Gateway Arch. It was a fun ride in what felt like a space pod, and it was such an incredible engineering feat. Consider how hard it would be to build a 630 foot high arch to within 1/64th of an inch - that was their tolerance! This ...

Show me, the way to St Louis............, St Louis, United States travel blog

Show me, the way to St Louis............

A travel blog entry by terroraustralis

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Once again crossing the mighty Mississippi into St Louis and down the the gateway arch, the massive landmark on the shore of the Mississippi and one hell of a sight to see. So once I looked around the outside I decided to venture underneath to view the ...

And the travel begins...., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

And the travel begins....

A travel blog entry by jen.artioli

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I'm new to this whole blogging thing but I figured a once in a lifetime trip just landed in my lap yesterday and I have to keep all my family and friends updated!!! This seems the best way...and maybe I'll start my travel writing career.  I am an ...

Fun in St. Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Fun in St. Louis

A travel blog entry by vivicarroll

June, 1997I went with a group of YMCA volunteers and staff to the annual YMCA National Meeting in St. Louis, MO.  I went tot the top of the arch.  The view was spectacular but it was really hot inside.  I jogged every morning and attended ...

Home Sweet Home!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home!

A travel blog entry by tetons2012

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 "Twenty years ...

Heading West - Ouch!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Heading West - Ouch!

A travel blog entry by tradition

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... rig. Completely shredded...but at least the spare was fine and within an hour we were on our way. Got through downtown St. Louis and within an hour there was another bang. Looked out the window and this time on the passenger side rubber was flying and ...

Resolution!  Sort of..., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Resolution! Sort of...

A travel blog entry by tradition

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... has offered help, Popsicles, advice on our hockey team, you name it. We've met the local police officer (huge St. Louis Blues fan), the Schnucks store manager, the Webster Groves fire department, the neighbor with a box of Popsicles and an offer to help ...

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

St Louis..

A travel blog entry by bradndad2014

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... highest man made monument in the US is located in St Louis. Called the "Gateway", it celebrates the Westward expansion of the United States. The Gateway is an amazing looking monument. 192m high, it was first conceived in the early 30's and finally built ...

Awesome view from above, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Awesome view from above

A travel blog entry by astre

... for one minute for picture taking) next to the old cathedral.  The Gateway Arch still looks amazing... other than downtown St Louis, the place isn't that pretty. I went to a 5-star rated sushi place called Tokyo Sushi. The special sushi roll ($19.50 ...

The Drive, St Louis, United States travel blog

The Drive

A travel blog entry by dkg2002

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... him hold off until I was sure. But in the end he called and booked a room for me at an Extended Stay America by the St. Louis airport. I made it there sometime after 11pm Central Time, so I did a good 12 hours of driving my first day. I checked into the ...

St Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis, Missouri

A travel blog entry by davidandmarlene

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... to transport people along the l-o-n-g corridors) we needed to find a route to the freeway to start the trek back to St Louis. We wound our way through lovely small towns and forest roads, and enjoyed the balmy morning air. We did eventually find the ...

Reading: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Reading: The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas

A travel blog entry by alexdetmering

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     You'll find the link to the Ursula Le Guin story here:     http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/faculty/dunnweb/rprnts.omelas.pdf If you can't find it, I can get you a copy.  ...

St Louis to Chicago to Middle of the Atlantic, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis to Chicago to Middle of the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by ksiegel

... 's site, and found the flight, so at least I could confirm I would be arriving in Chicago even if I couldn't confirm leaving St Louis. The good news was that I wouldn't have to change to the international terminal at O'Hare.  Instead I only had to go ...

Illinois, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Illinois

A travel blog entry by dcottrell

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Here we are somewhere in Illinois. On our way to St Louis to have lunch at a Diners Drive-ins and Dives favorite called Sweetie Pie's. Are we gonna have pie? You'll have to check back to find out. It was very unfortunate for Donna last night. She was only ...

New Begining, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

New Begining

A travel blog entry by studenttest

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Today we left our home in the East. We had to leave our little sister Mary behind  because she has two crippeld legs and our mother has to watch her. We ran into alot of dust. We made blue bandanas to keep us from choking on all of the dust in the ...

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