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    Looks like it's going to be a rematch of the 2004 World Series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Looks like it's going to be a rematch of the 2004 World Series.
    It won't be pretty. The Red Sox fans have been really nasty. Sportsmanship is not in their vocabulary. Had a run-in with a nasty Sox fans while I was at a seminar in Boston in 204 during the series. I admit to being very partisan to the Cards, but she was the most obnoxious person I've ever met. The Cards fans in St Louis have a visceral dislike of all things Boston, so should be an interesting series.
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    Why STL is Better than LA

    Follow the link. It explains all in the differences between LA and St Louis. Seriously, St Louis is a great city to visit, especially in the fall and particularly during post season baseball play (the Cards are a terrific team, not flashy, but determined and WINNER!!)

    I can speak from experience about the glories of Forest Park, after being a volunteer docent/animal handler at the St Louis Zoo for 20 years. The Zoo is FREE, the world class Art Museum is FREE, the History Museum is FREE (has great exhibits of all things Charles Lindbergh). The only charges are for special exhibits or in the case of the Zoo, for parking and for train rides and that type thing.

    But nothing beats the excitement of St Louis during Cards post season play. Everywhere you go, you'll hear people chatting in grocery stores, church, etc about the box scores of the Cards games. It kind of reminds you of the America we used to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    Why STL is Better than LA

    Follow the link. It explains all in the differences between LA and St Louis. Seriously, St Louis is a great city to visit, especially in the fall and particularly during post season baseball play (the Cards are a terrific team, not flashy, but determined and WINNER!!)

    I can speak from experience about the glories of Forest Park, after being a volunteer docent/animal handler at the St Louis Zoo for 20 years. The Zoo is FREE, the world class Art Museum is FREE, the History Museum is FREE (has great exhibits of all things Charles Lindbergh). The only charges are for special exhibits or in the case of the Zoo, for parking and for train rides and that type thing.

    But nothing beats the excitement of St Louis during Cards post season play. Everywhere you go, you'll hear people chatting in grocery stores, church, etc about the box scores of the Cards games. It kind of reminds you of the America we used to know.
    St Louis is our go-to Independence Day vacation. I love St Louis.
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    Flew in and out of St. Louis often, and the only thing I didn't like was Lambert Field. The only worse airport was Kansas City's old Municipal Airport. But that was in the days when commercial airliners were pulled through the air with two or four of those twirling thingies.

    Seemed like we were landing DC3s or DC4s on a playground surrounded by a thousand buildings. But that was over twenty years ago, and this is now, and my air commute time is long over. Whew!

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