Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLitchfield Beach & Golf Resort Pawleys Island
awesome food, room,grounds,weather and spring in SC was so beautiful!
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I'm living in Wilmington, NC currently. My boyfriend and I decided to go to Myrtle Beach since it was raining all day in Wilmington. We headed to North myrtle, about an hour and 10 min from Wilmington, and we went to barefoot landing. We walked around for about an hour then decided to do something else. We went to broadway at the beach and went to helicopter ...
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.
... as well as time travel was in fact possible. How he not only believed in Alien life, but how a former colleagues life was made a misery for leaking classified information on an Alien spacecraft they had discovered. He has completed Einsteins theory of relativity and written a doctorate on the matter and that he hoped to earn a Nobel prize for one day. They stuff he was talking about was not made up rubbish, perhaps a bit far fetched to some, but ...
Repairs done... Necessary repair to engine & fortunate to have Just the guy for the job. Ernie the mechanic, came this morning just as promised. I took the opportunity to walk around Georgetown again. Beautiful day, but cold. Sun out but no relief in weather, so will move on ...
... a National Historic Landmark, created and opened by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington in rice plantation land in 1932. The collection includes over 1,400 works of American realistic sculpture from the early 1800’s on. Anna Hyatt Huntington is the great aunt of our good friend, Gray Glass, so we got many photos of The Visionaries, Anna’s sculpture of her and her husband. Brookgreen Gardens is one of the finest sculpture gardens in the world, and has expanded ...