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PopNana15 wrote a review Aug. 2019
Moberly, Missouri16 contributions1 helpful vote
Last week we went to St. Louis just to get away for a day. Our first stop after lunch at Seamus McDaniels was Vintage Vinyl. When you go in it is like a tour of all music, in what we used to call record albums. They also have some CD's but vinyl is king. Keep in mind this is on the Delmar Loop and there are sights everywhere. As we started looking through the arrange vinyl it brought back so many memories of the music of our past. My regret, looking at the albums I once had but donated to Goodwill before our last move. Now don't get me wrong, very few of my old albums we found were not bringing top dollar, but we did see some that were really out of price range, Looking for something to do and have time to spend a few hours (or less) head to the Delmar Loop and Vintage Vinyl. In addition to Vintage Vinyl there are great places to eat and just walk up and down the street, it is worth it.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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