Hampton Inn Murrells Inlet/Myrtle Beach Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Murrells Inlet
... We rode in a helicopter for about 5 min for 40$ each. It was a quick ride but a great experience. After that we headed back to barefoot landing to see the tigers from T.I.G.E.R.S preservations. people were taking pictures holding the tiger but that was 100$. We just decided to look at the cub tigers through the glass. That was a nice experience. They were very playful. ...
Our true plan was to anchor somewhere along the Wacamaw River up one of the Cypress lined Creeks. Gary spent hours researching and we had up to 7 possible stops. But because of my work we needed good cell service; and after trying all 7 we knew we could not stay in this area.
So Plan H had us in Georgetown, SC for the week.
No complaints. Nice southern town; good food; and we made some friends.
After the frantic two days at Disney, it was time to head north. I knew I had to get to Charlotte as this was where I had bought the flights out of back to JFK. I decided to go the route of Jacksonville, Charleston, Myrtle Beach and then finally Charlotte.
Jacksonville is still in the state of Florida and although we got in late, and perhaps I ventured a bit too far on the wrong side of town, it was one of the more 'rough' places I have ...
... see new sights - some great and others not so great, blare the music as loud as it'll go and sing at the top of my lungs (be happy you never have to witness that atrocity), and allow the worries and anxieties that have built up over time to fall ...
... the Spanish word for watchtower. This was the home for Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Anna Hyatt Huntington had developed tuberculosis, and she and her husband looked for a better climate for her health. They settled on South Carolina as their winter home. This was originally four rice plantations. The Huntingtons were well known for their philanthropy and their talents. Anna was a well known figurative sculptor.