Holiday Inn Express Murrells Inlet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Under leaden skies and the kind of rain to get Noah reaching for his timber yard discount card, we left our lovely apartment in Sunset Beach and commenced the next leg of our journey. We paid a brief visit to Myrtle Beach which easily maintained its reputation for tackiness. At one of its more tasteful attractions, a ...
... sculptor and also imported a lot of other artist’s work. The zoo area was all native species to the area with an emphasis on birds and animals which were hit by cars and survived other accidents which would prevent them from surviving in the wild. The next plan was to get some ice and cold beers in town before heading back to the campground to cook dinner, but we “accidentally” took a wrong turn and ended up in Murrell’s Inlet, a ...
... 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 ...
Our incredibly long day yesterday didn't end until 1 am when we found a SAMs to park overnight. Tommy slept in a little later, we grabbed breakfast at McDonald's, and southward we drove. A L L D A Y!! We made up our minds yesterday to stay on I95 to Surfside instead of heading straight home. Our plan was to surprise my entire family who was already there for the holiday weekend. Oddly ...
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, ...