Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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We're St. Louis Tourists, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

We're St. Louis Tourists

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... only 8-9 inches wide but the view was expansive. We spent about 20 minutes taking in the view and getting pictures of downtown St. Louis to the west and the Mississippi River to the east. After safely getting back down to ground level, we headed out the ...

Flooding all around us..., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Flooding all around us...

A travel blog entry by timdeenausa2013

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... had them do a complete oil change.  Suffice to say, Crush was SMILING and grateful as we pulled out, heading closer to St. Louis.  Last evening we stayed here on the outskirts of St. Louis. Instead of waiting for a Taxi, Tim talked a local pizza ...

555 miles to start, Portland Oregon, United States travel blog

555 miles to start

A travel blog entry by ahlquist

... Black Hills) and the middle route returning West (Rockies, Arches, Canyonville, Bryce and Zion National Parks). We should hit 11 states, travel over 5,000 miles and consume over 500 gallons of fossil fuel (gulp!) in 25 days. We have been planning ...

Almost ready, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Almost ready

A travel blog entry by benjudyschaper

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We are almost ready to go. Our guide, Joseph, e-mailed from Israel that all things are ready for us and there is no need to be worried about the conflict because we are not going anywhere near Gaza, Our itinerary includes: June 6th-9th Rimonim Hotel ...

Only a month to prepare, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Only a month to prepare

A travel blog entry by benjudyschaper

We got our itineraries today during lunch at Ruby Tuesday's. We also received a profile on each of our fellow pilgrims so that we can get to know them before we leave. They look like wonderful pray-er partners...I can't wait to get there! There are 38 of ...

Holy Land 2010 Tour - a pilgrimage of a lifetime, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Holy Land 2010 Tour - a pilgrimage of a lifetime

A travel blog entry by benjudyschaper

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We are really going to fulfill a dream and go to the Holy Land, walking in the same places that Jesus walked. We all paid our money this week for our trip to the Holy Land in June. It is really going to happen...I am fulfilling my "bucket list" with 38 ...

Jun 29, 2012, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Jun 29, 2012

A travel blog entry by kiniry

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BBQ and an Arch, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

BBQ and an Arch

A travel blog entry by jmpncw

So, St. Louis sucks, it's dying. It started dying decades ago. A booming city of almost 1 Milion has lost 1/2 million people in 50 years. Yeah, the ribs are worth the trip but unless the cardinals are in town, there is no point in staying. Their football ...

A few more days left....., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

A few more days left.....

A travel blog entry by joeymrules

... I will try and travel everywhere I can and act like this is going to be the last time I will ever be outside of The United States. 4. I want to establish e-mail chains with a lot of my friends so we can chat about everyday stuff. For example I would like ...

Day 9, St Louis, United States travel blog

Day 9

A travel blog entry by povah

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... was shut down, but we still walked to the arch and there just happened to be a baseball game on so we saw a bit of the st Louis Cardinals vs the new York Mets, but didn't hang around for too long cus it was really expensive! We didn't go up the arch ...

Touring the City of St. Louis is Fun, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Touring the City of St. Louis is Fun

A travel blog entry by clarefulginitti

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 After the ballpark tour we decided to do a bus-trolley tour of the city.  We were not disappointed.  The guide was witty and took us all over the place on the tour.  Here are some pictures of the beautiful city of St. ...

St-Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

St-Louis

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick

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5th day 5th night, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

5th day 5th night

A travel blog entry by workmule

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and soooooooooooo... on the 5th day I awoke up tired as anticipated... I had played Jack in the box all night.. I gave serious thought to just stringing up the hammock in the shade beneath the trees on a nearby beach head, but instead decided to push on ...

Jul 19, 2010, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Jul 19, 2010

A travel blog entry by fdrzrich

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It's all about the ride to St Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

It's all about the ride to St Louis

A travel blog entry by rustybubble

Today we ride 187 ks to St Louis. Today we only rode 100 miles to St Lewis (pronunciation). We saw the Chain of Rocks Bridge and actually got permission to ride over it just like Billy Connelly as it is closed to the public. Got some amazing photos of the ...

Head west young man, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Head west young man

A travel blog entry by orangeboy

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We braved the construction in downtown Saint Louis to get this shot of the gateway ...

Ready, Set, GO!!!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Ready, Set, GO!!!

A travel blog entry by mdvl500

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So it all started to get real when my parents took me to the airport this afternoon. I wasn't sure how to do anything so they stayed for a bit to explain how to check in. When they got ready to leave I could feel the tears well up because of the nerves ...

The best laid plans..., St Louis, United States travel blog

The best laid plans...

A travel blog entry by meganj77

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Tony and I have finished almost all of our planning for the Canada and Northeast US road trip.  It has been alot of work, and I think we are ready to be impulsive about the remaining details.  It will be interesting to see which plans were a ...

day 1, Saint louis, United States travel blog

day 1

A travel blog entry by arwenevenstar29

got into town. stayed up till after midnight. had long johns silvers along the ...

st louis for the holidays, St louis, United States travel blog

st louis for the holidays

A travel blog entry by lenah26

Thanks for looking at my travelogue.  It was an exciting year for me.  I may have left out some parts trying to pretty and tidy things up but nothing was exaggerated or untrue. I'll put in my photos soon.  I'm off to Nashville on ...

St. Louis Arch at Jefferson Expansion National Mem, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

St. Louis Arch at Jefferson Expansion National Mem

A travel blog entry by sparky2007

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Outside and at the top of the Arch at Jefferson Expansion National Memorial in Saint Louis, ...

On our way to St Louis!!!, St louis, United States travel blog

On our way to St Louis!!!

A travel blog entry by jackosborne

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Sent by air mail to Emily M, Jack O made his home here until March. Emily was coming to Rachel's to stay then and she thought this is my chance to get her back. She just jokes BTW, you know she loves Jack, check it out! Copy and paste the ...

Painting the Fence, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Painting the Fence

A travel blog entry by art.gomez.737

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... certain beauty to be seen as well. Just like the deserts of CA, NV and UT have their own respective beauty, so too do these states in middle America. What draws me to these states in particular are the old, rundown farm houses. If I had the time, or ...

Meet us in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Meet us in Saint Louis

A travel blog entry by lescamer

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Oublie le decalage horaire donc arretees trop tot ... lol. Tout roule! Now just arrived in Saint Louis.... ...

Ho Chi Minh City, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Ho Chi Minh City

A travel blog entry by kerrycball

Tuesday, June 25, Day 16: We caught a flight from the brand new Danang Airport to Ho Chi Minh City. Once there, Kelly and I walked around the city a bit. We found the only Starbucks in the city and bought Vietnam mugs. We also accidentally stole a mug, ...

The Buck Stops Here!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The Buck Stops Here!

A travel blog entry by t.j.s.

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... , minted ever since our first President. There were even some older bills and some state-issued bills and one from the Confederate States of America! There were also exhibits on inflation, how heavy a solid gold bar is, and what 1 million dollars looks ...

St Louis - today we visited the amazing Arch, St Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis - today we visited the amazing Arch

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

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... feet (192 m) tall, and is 630 feet (192 m) at its widest point. It is the tallest habitable structure in St. Louis (taller than One Metropolitan Square, the tallest building), and the second tallest in Missouri (behind One Kansas City Place in Kansas ...

OFBiz training and the Cardinals, St louis, United States travel blog

OFBiz training and the Cardinals

A travel blog entry by mknott

... dinner I walked down to Busch Stadium and scalped a ticket for a Cardinal game.  I had a good seat on the lower level down the first base line.  St Louis is very humid and hot even in the late evening so I was sweating even at 10:00 ...

Missouri and the Mississippi, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Missouri and the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by msheila

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... is 630 feet high and is the gateway to the west.The Mississippi was swollen and muddy with huge tree trunks floating along - the result of all the rain from States up north. But at least it was no longer cold. Temps reached mid 70's today. Hooray!  ...

you took my favorite picture, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

you took my favorite picture

A travel blog entry by waydot

at 4 am in the rain on the way to the ...

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