Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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Day 2: I-6-4: Ashland, KY to St Louis, MO, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Day 2: I-6-4: Ashland, KY to St Louis, MO

A travel blog entry by allobr

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Day 2: States Covered: Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri Mileage Covered: 475 Weather: Sunny, humid and hot Abby Meltdowns: 2 mini meltdowns, 6 minuts and 9 minutes respectively, one after 25 min wait for blast zone work on highway. Highlights: ...

St. Louis was a mess, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

St. Louis was a mess

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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Downtown St Louis was under construction and the roads were a mess.  Ditzy, our GPS, took us into the city and told us to get off on exit 250 - except exit 250 did not exist!  So we turned left, then right and ended up on an old cobblestone ...

Soulardi  Gras, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Soulardi Gras

A travel blog entry by jandjgo

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(written by Jessica) Happy Mardi Gras! We woke up, got ready, had the hotel's complimentary breakfast then planned to go to Soulard. Justin called a taxi to pick us up and as we're heading towards our ride, we see another young couple outside. Justin ...

Moving Right Along, St Louis, United States travel blog

Moving Right Along

A travel blog entry by tchester

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... , and the miles we drove we added Illinois to our map. Just as we crossed over the river separating Illinois and Missouri, the St. Louis Arch came into view. Parking again was interesting, but we found a spot and it was free which was a treat. We walked ...

A Wacky and Wild Museum & BBQ at Pappy's, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

A Wacky and Wild Museum & BBQ at Pappy's

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... the kids could swim in the pool again (hopefully without Jared ending up with a bloody nose this time). Highlights City Museum in St Louis – climbing the dome face down in a small cage, going from the airplane wing 7 stories in the air, going down ...

Blessed to Exhaustion, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Blessed to Exhaustion

A travel blog entry by transformers

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So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God. ~2 Corinthians 10:31     And so we do, from the moment we get up until the moment we hit the sheets, we are living all for the glory of God. Whether we ...

The plan, as it stands:, St. Louis, United States travel blog

The plan, as it stands:

A travel blog entry by asthecrowflies

Here is the tentative schedule for my group, many of these places you will be hard-pressed to find on a map: 15 Sep-  Arrival Kathgodam. Meet staff from Wildrift. Transfer to Saat Tal (Nainital) for three days of orientation and fieldwork in a ...

Not quite luxury accommodations, St Louis, United States travel blog

Not quite luxury accommodations

A travel blog entry by danny_bettyjean

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Grabbed a couple hours sleep in early am in the back parking lot of TA Truckstop amidst 60+ big rigs.Left in pre-dawn headed for sioux falls.  It's 2pm and we are an  hour out from our first planned stop at a KOA. ...

On to Mississippi, Bay Saint Louis, United States travel blog

On to Mississippi

A travel blog entry by the2poes

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We stayed here through Wednesday and explored the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  Our neighbor at lakeside RV was named LeBlanc and referred to himself as a cajun.  He was cooking a huge pot of Jambalaya which he shared with us. He told us that when ...

No Mr Nice Guy, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

No Mr Nice Guy

A travel blog entry by doctormick

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... Sunday in the city of London.  I needed dinner and was delighted to see what looked like a Pantera but was labelled as the St Louis Bread Co.  No matter – it was a Pantera and I was soon ladened down with soup, salad and sour dough.  ...

We're Off!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

We're Off!

A travel blog entry by jbg63

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... Pennsylvania we cleared the bad weather, and had clear sunny driving for the next ten hours.   We made it to St. Louis just after sunset. Despite having driven for 13 hours, we were feeling enthusiastic, so we thought we'd try another two or ...

Home Sweet Home-Vacation #1, St Louis, United States travel blog

Home Sweet Home-Vacation #1

A travel blog entry by shaunna

On my way home for my first "vacation".  I've got about 8 days of drill to make up, so I'm thinking it won't be too vacation-like. ...

Do you know my name?, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Do you know my name?

A travel blog entry by transformers

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... , and Dave from Texas; Pastor Randy, Pat, LaRay, Olin, McKenna, Haley, Broc, Savannah, Heather, LaRon, and Charles from St. Louis; and then the closer relationships among those of us that attend Amazing Grace. The atmosphere has begun to feel like a ...

Traveler vs. Tourist, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Traveler vs. Tourist

A travel blog entry by irenan

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Someone asked me once if I was traveler rather than tourist...I had never given much thought to the difference between the two...maybe  "traveler" is more in-depth, more adventurous, more 'blend-in'...and "tourist" is more conventional, more "done ...

Day 1 on Route 66, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Day 1 on Route 66

A travel blog entry by afoon

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... first day on Route 66 was a blast. We picked up the route in Joliet Ill., and stayed on it most of the way to St. Louis. We stopped in Odell at a restored Standard Oil station and took a picture of our truck next to a classic gas pump. In Pontiac we ...

DAY 7: St.Louis and down to Missouri, St. Louis, United States travel blog

DAY 7: St.Louis and down to Missouri

A travel blog entry by lenarcik

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... 160 miles. It was cold as in the fridge and we have had some rain and snow on the way. We walked around St.Louis' downtown to see famous and impressive Gateway Arch - the symbol of pioneer's expansion to the west of America. It was possible to get inside ...

The Travel Angel strikes again, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The Travel Angel strikes again

A travel blog entry by muzz_travelling

... a few days later, it is the world’s most dangerous city – according to the FBI. Besides the imminent danger, St Louis does have a few relatively good attractions. the most notable and famous of which, (and this is a tough decision) I'm tossing ...

Butterfly extravaganza, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Butterfly extravaganza

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

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As a rule we generally stay away from major cities in the US but, Christine decided we just had to visit St Louis, Missouri. In Duluth, whilst doing laundry at the campsite, Christine continued a jigsaw puzzle that someone had started and left on the ...

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

Gateway to the West

A travel blog entry by adeline

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... Senate Dining Room with photos and artifacts capturing memories of the 1940's political scene. For lunch we sample traditional St Louis toasted ravioli - excellent! After lunch we stroll through the streets of St. Louis, but very slowly - the humidity ...

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

Drive through St. Louis

A travel blog entry by karli

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We continued our journey through Saint Louis.  We didn't stop, so all the photos we took of the arch were from the car.  This was the first time I'd seen the arch, so it was fun, even if was from the ...

The End, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The End

A travel blog entry by bree650

It's very interesting that I am back in the United States now. I have been for 2 weeks. I got way too sick in Thailand, and after two days in the hospital (I won't go into details), I decided I could not get better and felt compelled to come back home. ...

47th day never to late to write it down., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

47th day never to late to write it down.

A travel blog entry by cobelife

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... , so is the carpet... We found here and there, spread all around the floor, sand, dust, and mud, from all the crossed states!raversÚs! While we took care of Sanka, we did our laundry, for the record we really needed it... It's already eleven o'clock, and ...

WE ARE LUTHERAN!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

WE ARE LUTHERAN!

A travel blog entry by transformers

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... nbsp;        So Ms Lois told some people near the Concordia campus as we were touring around St. Louis today…and what a great day today was! At The Rock, Sunday is considered our "day off", during which we have ...

Riesen-Arsch und Riesen-Arch, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Riesen-Arsch und Riesen-Arch

A travel blog entry by tiszrh

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... Gateway-Arch.  Dieser riesige, aber doch elegante Metallbogen ist es erst, der aus dem sonst austauschbaren St. Louis eine touristisch ansatzweise interessante Destination macht. Jaja, und der Bogen ist auch wirklich imposant - besonders aus der ...

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

St Louis trip

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... top level of the memorial inside of a claustrophobic-inducing elevator, but at the top we had a terrific view of St. Louis. The memorial was built to honor former president Thomas Jefferson and his achievements as a patriot and his accomplishments as a ...

Previously xanga.com/bree650, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Previously xanga.com/bree650

A travel blog entry by bree650

... to Thailand and to see as much of Southeast Asia as possible. I won't update until closer to the time to leave, but my paperwork is in and I've been accepted, so now it's just a matter of getting through this semester in St. Louis and saving up my ...

Praying for a miracle, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Praying for a miracle

A travel blog entry by wontbethesame

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Dear Friends and Family, I am posting this pre-travel note as a request for your support. I am departing January 5th for two-weeks to Burkina Faso, West Africa. I am going on behalf of CFE, Christian Foundation for Education, International. CFE ...

DRIVE #2 SANTA FE TO ST LOUIS, St. Louis, United States travel blog

DRIVE #2 SANTA FE TO ST LOUIS

A travel blog entry by sophiegrimm

... , and then into an entirely different country in 5 days, but it didn't exactly sink in until we found ourselves averaging 4 states a day. I know I've said all of these terrible things about Texas and vowed never to return, but we figured we'd give it ...

Good times at St. Louis!!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Good times at St. Louis!!

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy

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... to the westward expansion to the United States. At 630 ft (192 M) it is the tallest man-made monument in the United States. The Arch was designed by a Finnish-American architect and a German-American structural engineer in 1947. Construction commenced in ...

Rest Stop - St. Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Rest Stop - St. Louis

A travel blog entry by julia-winkie

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... machines, screaming children (and their parents) in the hallway, or 18-wheelers downshifting as they go by. We visited St. Louis' famous arch, designed by Eero Saarinen to echo the arches on the nearby 19th century Eads bridge, an engineering feat ...

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