Courtyard Myrtle Beach Broadway
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... back to rinse the sand and salt off and kicked back again in the shade. Well, the boys did. Cheryl was busy getting dinner prepared. I was able to load Photoshop Elements and should be able to do my photo editing later tonight.
After dinner we were outside when a golf cart pulled up. The couple in it were our neighbors to our left. He asked what part of California we were from and we told him. He said he used to live in San Marcos ...
... you have to do is the hook ups when you arrive. Quite a service. We saw this activity for a couple of hours or so. It really filled up around here. This place really bustles, and I can only image what holiday weekends and spring break must be like.
They also have curbside trash pick-up in the park. You leave your trash on a little yellow mark by the curb not later than 11:00 AM, and the trash truck comes by sometime thereafter and picks it ...
Well, I'm back in the travel blog business and $850 poorer. We made it to Myrtle Beach and I found a Costco so I decided to buy a new laptop since the other one is fried. I did my best to recreate yesterday's blog so make sure you go back a day and check it out.
Today we left the beautiful James Island County Park Campground. It was shaping up to be another beautiful day and the forecast called for sunshine, reduced humidity and ...
Made it in a day
This wasn't a long trip in miles but it was in time. Almost 400 miles but it took almost 7 hours. We left I-95 on route 385. It sure was a nice 4 lane road but then it turned into a construction zone with 1 lane. About 11 miles from MB we hit the commercial area and traffic was stop and go. We finally made it and I have not been to a nicer State Park. Besides having access to the beach the spots are large ...
Peggy wanted to see the student exhibit at the Horry Georgetown Technical College in Conway. That was our first stop. We then did a walking tour of the historic part of Conway. Conway does not contain as old buildings as Georgetown. It was still a nice quiet walk.
We ate lunch at Fresh Seafood Company in Myrtle Beach. I had read the food was good even though it was not well decorated. The food was ...