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St Louis

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  • Day1390

    USA Tour - St Louis - New Years Day!

    January 1, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ☁️ 2 °C

    So today was my last full day in St Louis - time has flown and I’ve enjoyed myself so much and it was brilliant to see David after so long.

    We didn’t do much today we just sat around and chilled in the house, ate chick fil-a and watched movies. It was the perfect way to bring my time to and end in St Louis. I’ve just attached a few photos that I’ve not posted beforeRead more

  • Day1376

    USA Tour - St Louis

    December 18, 2018 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 8 °C

    I woke up today around 3pm - had no idea I was so tired. I think after staying in hostels for a few weeks the feeling of having my own bed made me sleep so much. It was nice having my own bathroom and not having to worry about things being left in a locker etc. So all I did today was stay in my room, listen to music loud, watch films and order food.

    It was fantastic!

    I’m meeting up with David tomorrow, excited for that as I’ve not seen him in years and I will be spending Christmas and New Year with him and his wife Katie. So lots to look forward to!!!
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  • Jun28

    Day 3 - Blues City Deli

    June 28, 2019 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 23 °C

    Today started out well. We said our goodbyes to the Moss family and headed out to find breakfast. Our choices were Jersey Mike’s Subs or McDonalds. So subs it was. Unfortunately we all realized too late that we were about to play at a deli, so why I get this?

    Getting to St. Louis was super easy and uneventful. When we arrived the crew at the deli were incredibly awesome. I got the “Thunderbird” which I believe had pastrami, turkey, and possibly capicolla. Once the doors were opened it was super packed, and people even lined up outside to see us play. Frank showed up and Doug even called to him onstage and gave him a public thank you.

    After the show we went back to Frank and Jenn’s house and I got to see Rocky. He was very excited to see me. So wasn’t the dog in the next yard; it made me sad as her owners left her out at night. After chatting for a minute we decided to order some Imo’s pizzas. I didn’t like them the first time around but for some reason I really liked it this time around. We stayed up for probably two hours chatting about random things and even played some guitars.

    All in all a good day. Back to the Chicago area for the next gig!
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  • Day214

    St. Louis

    December 24, 2017 in the United States ⋅ 🌫 -2 °C

    Zurück in den Staaten muss ich zuerst einmal 45 Minuten bei den Grenzbehörden warten. Es ist scheinbar verdächtig, dass ich im Sommer drei Monate im Freiheits-Land war.
    Danach geht es nach Columbia, South Carolina, zu Ryans Großeltern, wo wir Thanksgiving feiern. Am Abend gibt es zwar keinen Truthahn, da wir auswärts essen, doch die Oma macht trotzdem einen turkey für den "leftover friday". Und das zweite *first* ist mein erstes Football Game mit tailgating.. jawohl. Häppchen und Bier aus der Ladekappe eines Pick-Ups.. Freedoooom :)
    Wir geniessen es zu kochen und backen und feiern crazy italienisch amerikanische Weihnachten mit Drama und jede Menge Essen. Ryan schenkt mir nicht nur eine Lichtertour mit Ted Drewes Glace, sondern auch mein erstes Rootbier und Blues Game.
    Als Abschluss dieses Amerika Erlebnis fliegen wir mit einem Freund von Chris nach Illinois, um dort zu Mittag zu essen.
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  • Day18

    Day 16 - Broadway Oyster Bar

    September 29, 2019 in the United States ⋅ 🌧 23 °C

    Today was cool. We got into St. Louis and visited Doug’s uncle briefly in the hospital. He just had heart surgery. We then met up with Frank and Jenn. Rocky was very excited to see me.

    We went to get dinner at a place called Lonas. They do Vietnamese fusion foods. Wraps and such. I got the chicken plate which was chicken over noodles and this amazing sauce. I got spicy cucumbers as a side. They were great except for the cilantro.

    We got to the gig and found out we play 10-2 even though Doug’s contract says 9-1. Not only that they had a soundman there even though he requested not to have one. The whole night we were dealing with the bass drum because they ran it through a subwoofer. Hitting softly made no noise, anymore it was a huge techno bass.

    During our second set we had Frank sit in and he played the whole set. He sounded awesome. It’s obvious he knows the music well. The only real disappointing part of the night was the crowd. For the most part they were too quiet. We made good money though, but we could have made more except the Cardinals lost to the Cubs. All the people wanting to celebrate probably went home for the most part.

    After the gig we got candy and went back to Franks. We had to get up to leave by 8 to make it to the festival because of the change into Eastern time zone.
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  • Day3

    Oompa Loompas Live Here

    June 27, 2015 in the United States ⋅ 🌙 19 °C

    80 degrees and Sunny (only nice day they've had in weeks)
    3 miles (of driving)
    3 attractions
    I pool
    1 outburst
    1 clogged toilet (and it wasn't me)
    10 floors
    3000 Calories
    1 free hug

    I...AM...SO...TIRRRED. What a great day. St. Louis is a nice city. I didn't know much about it. We saw as much as we could in one day. Whew.

    We are staying at the Residence Inn Downtown. It's a little better than average Marriott with two rooms and sleeps 6 with a kitchen. We didn't need the kitchen but we needed the sleeping space. Free buffet breakfast and best of all a shuttle to anywhere in the city. How bout' that? The location of the hotel is good anyway but to not have to find parking is awesome. So..

    Our day started at the Gateway Arch. I bought tickets ahead of time online and took tripadvisor advice to go before 10. Great idea. As we were leaving, the lines were looong. The Arch is beautiful. We took the ride to the top which was a harrowing experience in my mind. Literally, you climb through a door the size of an Ooompa Looompa into a glowing pod. Didn't you always wonder where the Oooompa went? In these pods that just fit 5 people (lap children if you dare) with headroom for an Ooompa Looompa. It is so bizarre. You take a (nerve wracking- for me) ride to the top. I was uncomfortable. You can walk around the top and look out windows...let me restate that...they were long retangular portholes to sure death. It was cool to see the city from up there but not a place you linger. You can feel movement and it's very warm. Then you travel back down at a bit higher speed which made the ride a little smoother and over much faster. Worth doing.

    We attempted to go to Grants Farm ignoring the tripadvisor warning to go early. You would not believe how many cars were in line to go there at noon. It was rediculous. It is a free farm owned by Busch and a neat looking place but we are not feeling adventurous enough to fight a crowd like that. So we headed to the park at the Botanical Gardens to have a picnic lunch. We stopped at a little grocery store and got sandwiches. After lunch, we went to the Botanical Gardens which is really pretty. A couple people in the family were not fans. I know this because, one unnamed, person related his experience by saying, "Now I know how you feel at a baseball game." Which is unfair because I like going to baseball games. I don't like watching them on tv every night of the summer or watching kid pitch baseball games which drag on for hours. It was nice to be outside. Everyone agreed.

    After a brief rest at the hotel, we called for the shuttle again to take us to The City Museum on recommendation by a few people. We had NO IDEA what we were walking into. It is indescribable. It is an art museum playground. If you've been to Honey I Shrunk the Kids at MGM, it is that on steroids. It's where the Ooompa Looompas live!! I would NOT recommend it with kids under 8 and even at that, I'd want them to be with older siblings. They will get lost. In order to stay with your kids, you will have to go through mazes and tunnels and tubes that you may or not fit into. There are 10 floors of mazes and tunnels. It is so cool and artistic. You won't believe it. We spent about 3 hours there and burned about 3000 calories (some replaced by a couple of cocktails made available on every floor to keep the parents entertained). A must see in St. Louis.

    What a great day. I am ready for bed. To Kansas City tomorrow.
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You might also know this place by the following names:

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