La Quinta Inn & Suites Myrtle Beach at 48th Avenue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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. ...
We loved this anchorage. Under-rated in the guide books. we swam; went ashore
and have great sunset and sunrise moments. This will be our last night in North Carolina, tomorrow we start our tour of South Carolina.
... and way more hanging around the pools of the local RV parks. The nice point of leaving Orlando was getting away from the humidity and the constant thundershowers this time of year. As we got a couple hours north of Orlando, the weather changed completely and becomes less humid and more pleasant.
We stayed at the Oak Plantation RV Park in Charleston. This was one of the greener parks on the east coast. Spacious sites, lots of grass and ...
8/10/15 - Monday
An easy, good weather travel day heading to Sunset Beach, NC and the Brunswick Beaches Camping Resort. Along the way we saw gas prices drop to the lowest of $2.089 a gallon! Wouldn't you know, both RV and Subaru tanks were full!
8/11/15 - Tuesday
Rains were predicted so we decided to do a bit of exploring and find a nice seafood restaurant for lunch. Locals suggested Calabash, 5 miles away as the place for the freshest ...
... and beautifully maintained with gorgeous gardens. We strolled the walkway along Charleston Harbor and got to see Fort Sumter National Monument (where the Civil War began) as well as the aircraft carrier USS Yorktown. Horse-drawn carriages travel along the streets which are full of unique shops, eateries, pubs which are spread throughout the city. Sandy kept up really well walking all around with us. Because we had him with us, we ate at ...