Travel Blogs from Myrtle Beach
... hanging out at the beach. There was a small breeze—which kept it from feeling too hot. We set up our lawn chairs and watched people playing on the beach and enjoying the ocean. Randy was the only one of us that was interested in getting into the water. He wanted to make sure he swam in the Atlantic Ocean. We were all happy to ...
... from the pier was so different than walking along the boardwalk or the beach. Standing at the end of the pier we were able to see, for what seemed like, miles down the coastline.
We all enjoyed walking down on the Boardwalk.
The view is amazing. The Atlantic Ocean is on one side and ...
... And what could be more glorious than the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean.
It was worth it! We had gone yesterday to scope out the "perfect" spot to sit and have our perfect view of the sun coming up over the horizon.
As we enjoy our perfect moment watching the sunrise; ...
... one of the top 10 public gardens in the US according to Trip Advisor. The entrance fee is $14 and is good for 7 days. I think you get your moneys worth in one day (I spent 4 hours here), but if you like to spend a lot of time wandering, then you might need more time.
Brookgreen Gardens was the site of Brookgreen Plantation back in the day and was turned into a non-profit museum in the 1930s by the Huntingtons, who also ...
MB is a family entertainment and shopping mecca. Besides the lure of the beach, MB is filled with water sports, water slide parks, swimming pools, sightseeing tours, shopping (outlet mall, beach supplies, discount stores, etc.), theaters, boardwalks, every type of restaurant you can imagine, miniature golf and regular golf. The list goes on and on.
This campground is rather like going to family camp. It is self ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service