In this adventure I head to St. Louis, Missouri in the United States Of America to visit the Gateway Arch. During vlog I check out this magnificent structure along with heading to the top for a fantastic view across the city. The Gateway Arch was completed in 1965 and stands at 630ft (192m) above St Louis. Along with heading to the top of this impressive structure, I also check out the museum that’s located directly underneath. Along with that I share various pieces of information throughout the video including a look at the unique tramway system that takes you to…
Say goodbye to the anxiety that comes with going to a new restaurant and say hello to Suzanne Corbett. The St. Louis food writer and historian has been called a ‘Queen of Cuisine.’ She sat down to dish on this week’s podcast episode of Abby Eats St. Louis. Subscribe to the Abby Eats St. Louis podcast: Check out the Abby Eats YouTube playlist:
In this vlog we head to Six Flags St Louis and share our full review from the park along with riding all 9 of the different roller coasters on offer. This includes our reviews from The Boss, American Thunder, Screamin’ Eagle and many more of the parks most iconic rides. Six Flags St Louis opened in 1971 and was originally known as Six Flags Mid-America. Thank You For Watching Theme Park Worldwide © Facebook Page: Twitter: Instagram:
A few clips of the St. Louis Blues Hockey Team’s Stanley Cup victory parade on Saturday, June 15th 2019.
Highlights of the St. Louis Blues Stanley Cup Game 7 win over the Boston Bruins. Video includes the viewing party at Busch Stadium with over 25,000 fans. After the big win, we take a walk around downtown St. Louis, up Clark Street to the Enterprise Center which was also packed with a viewing party of about 18,000 people. Next, we walk down Market Street and over to the Blue Note Bar and finish at Ballpark Village and PBR Bar.
Saturday, June 8th, 2019 Led Zeppelin stole this song, so I stole their versio Please like and subscribe for more cool STL stuff!
The Mississippi River crests in downtown St. Louis just shy of the all-time record set in 1993. Various normally-dry objects on the riverfront are either partially or completely submerged. Eddies and whirlpools form in the turbulent flow under the Eads Bridge. Copyright Dan Robinson
St. Louis State Hospital celebrates it’s 150th Anniversary with a new book that examines its history and is full of never before seen photographs and documents. -Visit our website: – Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: View our channel on digital cable channel 992, or on the web at
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