Huckleberry Finn Youth Hostel

1904-08 South 12th Street , Saint Louis, Missouri, 63104, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Saint Louis area of Saint Louis, is near Scottrade Center, Central Public Library, Bowling Hall of Fame, and International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Louis

    Lounging in a hammock Day 13

    A travel blog entry by workmule on Sep 10, 2014

    Lucky 13 I must not have done much... I did not make much of a notation.. other then that I lounged on the beach in the hammock and in the beach chair and then in the tent.

    Day 14...........I finally figured out how to best row the boat... I have home made oars... I used stair well hand rails and plywood and second hand rusty carriage bolts...I came to the realization that if I sit on a 5 gallon pail situated just fore the companionway placed ...

    Settled in with Skoglunds

    A travel blog entry by pykesonthego on Sep 01, 2014

    ... they make us feel so very much at home, and we enjoy our time with Kathy and Gary and the extended family.
    On our last night (Labor Day night), we had the added excitement of a tornado warning just as we were all going to bed (Gary was asleep already!) - so we gathered down in the basement for a half hour - no harm, no foul!

    Saint Louis Art Museum

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 26, 2014

    81 photos

    ... the large number of paintings by two regional Missouri artists, George Caleb Bingham and Thomas Hart Benton. The Saint Louis Museum has the largest number of Bingham works, Luminist-style paintings of rural Missouri frontier life in the two decades before the American Civil War. Benton was a Missouri-based Regionalist painter who depicted many scenes of depression-era rural America.


    We are heading for St. Louis

    A travel blog entry by carolb_9 on Sep 05, 2010


    ... of the top! I am embarrassed to say it was another picture-less day, I put the camera in my pocket, but we didn't even pull over to look at the covered bridge in Henderson County, Iowa - we do regret not stopping as we have not seen any more. Some of the best
    riding was along the Illinois river near Grafton - too bad it was getting dark.

    She's Baaaa-aaaack!

    A travel blog entry by josiezim on Dec 07, 2009

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... is it impressive inside. I absolutely loved being a tourist in what I consider my hometown. Walking around the Central West End made me see the city through a whole different lens. Literally. I have photos to post.

    So the journey for me continues. For this leg of the trip I shouldn't encounter any language barriers, cultural taboos or have anybody look at me as "the stupid American." However, I am still going ...