Travel Blogs from Saint Louis, United States

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We're going home. . ., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

We're going home. . .

A travel blog entry by caits212

Finally. ...

Traveling to St. Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Traveling to St. Louis

A travel blog entry by minimott

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... of entries were written on May 21 in La Junta, CO. We didn't get internet to we got there. * Well, we drove to St. Louis today. We tried to stop in each state so that I can pick up some information pamphlets. We of course had to drive through Kentucky ...

Saint Louis, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Saint Louis

A travel blog entry by andytolley

... vision of renowned architect Eero Saarinen. The Gateway Arch commemorates Thomas Jefferson's vision and St. Louis' role in the westward expansion of the United States. Jefferson signed the Louisiana Purchase which helped make the USA whole. Prior to the ...

Meet me in Saint Louis (please pronounce the 's'), Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Meet me in Saint Louis (please pronounce the 's')

A travel blog entry by deborah1212

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I knew this would happen eventually. That in the course of a five week holiday the blog writing would fail to keep up with the travelling. I just didn't expect it to happen so soon.Three days to recap. Last thing I was swimming 30 laps of the delicious ...

The Gateway Arch, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The Gateway Arch

A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip

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Thinking that driving in St. Louis would be a traumatic experience we expected the worst, but we were pleasantly surprised when we drove directly to our destination without any wrong turns or fights. And free parking for RV's right by the Gateway Arch and ...

Take me out to the ball game!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Take me out to the ball game!

A travel blog entry by forgeroadtrip

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... as Illinois was hosting the National Championships. Rather than me describe the scene, have a look at the pictures. Once in St Louis we went to the Anhauser-Busch brewery to see how Budweiser beer is made. The hour long, free tour was very informative ...

Teton Science School or Bust!, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Teton Science School or Bust!

A travel blog entry by tetons2012

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... , where our final driver, Kathy, took over.  She will be with us all week, and to begin our journey home to St. Louis. Students (and teachers!) are anxiously awaiting the early morning stop for breakfast In Dubois, Wyoming at the Cowboy Cafe. ...

Every day in every way I'm getting better, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Every day in every way I'm getting better

A travel blog entry by deborah1212

... morning to sit on a single cup of coffee with fellow old-timers.   Back in time to pack a picnic and head off to St Louis Botanic Gardens. Mark has certainly done a hell of a lot of K's this week, but here we are driving right to the gate of the ...

Returning Home, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Returning 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 ...

Brama dzikiego Zachodu, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Brama dzikiego Zachodu

A travel blog entry by alaska007

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... tu fascynacja miesza się ekscytacją i nie jesteś w stanie uchwycić granicy między nimi :) Centrum St. Louis jest piękne. W dole stara Missisipi, a ponad nią dużo zieleni. Zamykasz oczy i widzisz malownicze parowce z ...

Lost your bag? Blame Destiny, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Lost your bag? Blame Destiny

A travel blog entry by deborah1212

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Our day continues in St Louis- the free breakfast followed by a visit to the Arch, then return to the hotel -still no bag- then off to the Botanic Gardens as we are meeting Mark at our hotel at 2.30. A little way out of town and in the midst of suburbia, ...

Miami to St Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Miami to St Louis

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose

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Woke at 9am with the sun shining. Had to pack up and check out for 11am. Mr Slow Mo took forever checking out the guy before us, but by the time it came to me - we were done within 5mins (he either wanted to get us out or I'm sure he must have heard ...

St Louis, St. Louis, United States travel blog

St Louis

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose

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... wasn't long, we all climbed back out and walked up a few more stairs to get to the viewing gallery. Amazing views right over St Louis on both sides of the river. We could see the suspension bridge we had left on last Friday and also the bridge we came ...

Rounding third and heading for home!, St. Louis, United States travel blog

Rounding third and heading for home!

A travel blog entry by lovetotrek

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... , would say, "rounding third and heading for home!" Yes, and we are close to home.... tomorrow that is. Two states today, Oklahoma and Missouri. Toll roads, trucks, lots of tree-lined highways, and probably no real development between cities on those ...

Smokin' Al's BBQ, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Smokin' Al's BBQ

A travel blog entry by wahoo99

left a little later than I wanted.  still, made pretty good time to St Louis, despite the rain.  interstate was a little screwy around there.  oddly, a little peckish around 0900 so stopped for food and gas.  pork steak at Smokin' Al's ...

Now in St. Lou, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Now in St. Lou

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... . Louis around 11:30pm tonight. We're here. We're safe. We're all ready to go to bed. We don't do things slow on a Hawkins Vacation. Tomorrow we're at it again - visiting the Gateway Arch to get a good view of St. Louis from 600 feet up. C' ya. -=-Curvie ...

Feeling St Louis Blues, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Feeling St Louis Blues

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... Inn for dinner then they hit the pool. I'm now flying solo attending an evening baseball game at Busch Stadium to see the St Louis Cardinals play the LA Dodgers. I don't really care much for either of these teams- I just wanted to see the fancy ...

Day at the Museums, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Day at the Museums

A travel blog entry by dubnation

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... , a native of St. Louis. I also noticed that the street had a walk-of-fame consisting of plaques in the sidewalks of famous St. Louis natives, similar to Hollywood Blvd. After the they got their fill of mac and cheese, we went across the street to Fitz's ...

I’m a sheik of the open road., Saint Louis, United States travel blog

I’m a sheik of the open road.

A travel blog entry by spoonball

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... fellow St. Louis U Billikens fans (Dianna and I served on a board together originally); and Frank and Peggy Gundlach (St. Louis and Bonita Springs), neighbors from our Bonita Bay community in Florida.  Although we don’t meet up with these ...

Digital Scrapbook, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

Digital Scrapbook

A travel blog entry by spoonball

I have completed my digital scrapbook on our trip. Here's a link if you care to check it out: My digital scrapbook: http://app.picaboo.com/WebView/Project.aspx?clientID=bd285531d9ee1f470cd27fbbd77125a0&version=309967&siteID=ViaPreview Tommye ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

The Gateway to the Midwest, Saint Louis, United States travel blog

The Gateway to the Midwest

A travel blog entry by b_btravel

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... lemur, a monkey and anything remotely deer like, an antelope. After surviving a day at the zoo, a picnic in Forest Park was just what the doctor ordered. St. Louis really is the perfect gateway to the Midwest, we can't wait to see more. Bec and Barney ...

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 ...

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