The Suites at The Market Common
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... course featuring dry ice and animatronic dinosaurs, a battle between father and sons resulted in a nail biting tie!
Taking a chance on the weather we paid a visit to the excellent minor league baseball stadium of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and had a splendid evening with tickets very close to the action. And as ...
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We arrived in North Carolina (Sunset Beach) on Saturday and have settled into our home for the week. It's a condo (a flat to the English) on a golf course about five minutes from the beach. It's very comfortable and spacious and it's especially nice to be able to wash some clothes after nine days on the road.
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... our flashlight, exploring little tide pools and playing in the water. We took the path back through the “jungle” to get to the campground which was a totally different experience in the dark! I felt like I was trapped in Alice in Wonderland or something. The tree frogs and crickets were singing like CRAZY! They sounded like aliens! Blake and I couldn't even hear ourselves think as we winded down the path and back to the campsite, hoping ...
... Canadians :-).
Diner at at the bistro was excellent, so nice to get small portions, vegetables, perfectly cooked fish a real treat. Music was good but on the walk back to the boat we hears some really great music, a guy playing his guitar on his own at that fish pub so we popped in for a listen he was really good...I attached a short video. Home early it was a great night.
... thrilled to be helping uncle Craig set up his fireworks display!
At sunset, we all tried to help Craig get the show going, asking people to move back, loading the "shells" into the mortars, rolling out 30' of continuous firecrackers, etc...
Once the sun sets, the show begins to the sounds of folks on the beach yelling out their oohs and ahaas! Wow! Absolutely incredible show and worthy of any city sponsored ...