Pawleys Island Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Pawleys Island
... course featuring dry ice and animatronic dinosaurs, a battle between father and sons resulted in a nail biting tie!
Taking a chance on the weather we paid a visit to the excellent minor league baseball stadium of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and had a splendid evening with tickets very close to the action. And as ...
... 10-15 minutes, he would end up 100 yards or so down shore due to the strong Atlantic Ocean current. After getting sand blown for a while we found a pier with a second & third story open-air bar & café to get some shelter from the heat. We had great views from the top and enjoyed a glass of wine and some lunch before the wind kicked us out of there as well. When you left your seat from the table, the strong wind would blow your chair right down ...
... 3rd was boring as it rained hard all day and we hunkered down at Craig's house to hide from the storm.
we wake up on the 4th to discover a beautiful day in the 70's!
We took Craig's golf cart, everyone uses golf carts to get around here, out to breakfast and then used it to get to the beach.
Had a great day hanging out at the beach with Craig, Ashleigh, and some of their friends.
Sydney and Justin ...
... the day both my dad and sister called to tell us how easy it would be to "swing by the beach". I didn't let on that we were on our way. Wanda actually called back to see if we would be there for dinner and I told her we were in Charlotte. Boy were they surprised an hour later when we pulled up outside and blew the horn. Everyone was excited that we came on down. It's not often that all 18 of ...
... once the centre of a thriving network of low country rice plantations; by the 1840s the area produced nearly half the rice grown in the United States. Today its home to over 50 historical homes dating back to 1737.
We did the historical homes tour, visiting 42 of them. Seeing such properties as Bethel African Methodist church, which is the oldest African religious denomination in the U.S. Also the Childermas Croft house which was occupied by the ...