Hampton Inn Pawleys Island - Litchfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Pawleys Island
... pleasing and surprising end to the evening, Archie appeared on the field and the big screen as they asked him to pick the winning ticket in the prize draw! He asked the between-inning entertainment lady if he could get involved and she obliged! A video will follow when we can get it off Louise's phone! Another great day
WoW! We've been gone over a month now. We’ve traveled through 16 states and over 5,000 miles already! This trip seems to be moving incredibly faster than the last; we will be home in less than two weeks.
Instead of staying at one of the high-end resorts on Myrtle Beach, we reserved a really cool ocean front campground that is part of Huntington State Park in South Carolina, about 30 minutes from Myrtle Beach. The drive into the park takes ...
... great time in the large waves of myrtle beach.
The bartender Alex made some great drinks over the day and the cook, Will, made us great food all day long.
As sundown approached, Craig headed home to grab his stash of fireworks that took up most of his dining room! We had to load it into a small portable dumpster to get it out onto the beach! Justin helped Craig load the "mortar" tubes into the sand! He ...
... together for a weekend. We were not sure that the RV would fit, but Tommy removed the bike rack and the coach fit exactly on the driveway. With not one inch to spare! Luckily for us, we were just in time to eat hamburger steaks and salad. Perfect timing. It was nice for us all to be together. I love the sound of laughter around the dinner table. Now that we have JT, there is that fun "playing ...
We left Nashville, Tennessee and headed to South Carolina. It was a huge drive from Nashville to Georgetown so we stopped somewhere half way and set up camp, right on the river. It was a beautiful campsite hidden amongst the trees and it only had four other campers.
After a great night sleep, we continued our journey to Georgetown.
Georgetown is a peaceful waterfront community and is the third oldest city in South Carolina. Founded in 1729, ...