Hampton Inn Myrtle Beach-Broadway @ The Beach
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How do you pass a final day in Myrtle beach:
1- You rise early so not to miss any time of the day.
2- You stretch so your body will be fine for the last beach walks.
3- You have a pancake breakfast so you have the fuel necessary for the morning.
4- You start on foot for the beach at the same time someone starts on her bike. Not fair.
5- You go in the water (a bit)(ankles) because the water is still only at 60 f. (convert it ...
... are lined with million-dollarshouses which are from the 1700's and 1800's. Tons of photos are taken. More walking. More good restaurants everywhere (even in small lanes). We get back at the parking and it's onward.
We stop at Point Pleasant to see the aircraft carrier (no time to visit this year). The sun is setting. It's a beautiful site.
We get back on the road and arrive at the villa after 9:30 pm. No Rummy O game tonight !
It was a tiring day but a ...
And then the almighty created a day of rest.
We have to respect that, don't we ?
Under sunshine (again!) we head up to the beach. But wait I do not have my hat. have to go back to get it. (would not want to displace my head of hair).
By the time I get to the beach Doreen already began to fill up her plastic bag with shells.
I get ...
... It will be busy this summer.
We then go to the beach.
Tough to find any shark teeth.
We then go have some lunch
Then we go back to Target,
exchange some sweaters, get new jacket.
Off to Broadway at the Beach.
It's busier because of spring break
Happy Hour is had at Liberty
on the patio with a beer
pull porked ...
Remember there was suppose to be rain today. Ah!
Well after a nice morning, we have good weather and so we have to go to Murrell's inlet now. It's even sunny at times. We head down there with the neighbours. We have a nice time looking at mother nature in the marsh and at the same time smelling the nice aromas from the restaurants. We get to the pier and enjoy the assembly of animals, birds and the 2 girls in a kayak who are trying not to drown.