A royal cruise-by


The Queen of the Mississippi passed through the region on Thursday evening during part of it’s 11-day, 10-night cruise from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to St. Louis, Missouri. If you missed the boat on this trip, it will be returning to the area later in July on trips from St. Louis to Pittsburgh and then back from Pittsburgh to St. Louis. The boat, built in 2015, is scheduled for two trips again next summer according to its website.


The Queen of the Mississippi passed through the region on Thursday evening during part of it’s 11-day, 10-night cruise from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to St. Louis, Missouri. If you missed the boat on this trip, it will be returning to the area later in July on trips from St. Louis to Pittsburgh and then back from Pittsburgh to St. Louis. The boat, built in 2015, is scheduled for two trips again next summer according to its website.

The Queen of the Mississippi passed through the region on Thursday evening during part of it’s 11-day, 10-night cruise from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to St. Louis, Missouri. If you missed the boat on this trip, it will be returning to the area later in July on trips from St. Louis to Pittsburgh and then back from Pittsburgh to St. Louis. The boat, built in 2015, is scheduled for two trips again next summer according to its website.
http://mydailysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/06/web1_7.2-Queen.jpgThe Queen of the Mississippi passed through the region on Thursday evening during part of it’s 11-day, 10-night cruise from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to St. Louis, Missouri. If you missed the boat on this trip, it will be returning to the area later in July on trips from St. Louis to Pittsburgh and then back from Pittsburgh to St. Louis. The boat, built in 2015, is scheduled for two trips again next summer according to its website.