Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel
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... to get something to eat but we 3 girls said we were just going to our rooms. I wanted to get up early and walk to the beach. It was about 10:00 that we got to the hotel and were scheduled to catch the 1:00 shuttle back to the airport so it wasn't as long as an overnight that I ...
... the day. As we pulled up, what was
advertised as 1 sale was in fact a cluster of sales on 1 street. Gail
was ecstatic! She could walk from one sale to the other, touching and
bartering as only she can without wasting time driving, a big bonus
in her world. Purchases made, trunk loaded we are off to stop number
2. Who knew that this would end up being another bonus round as we
stumbled onto an unadvertised sale in a church hall right down the
road. Once again ...
going into power saving mode. BAM, the TV shuts off. I have to sit
down quickly as I feel weak, everyone is yelling and running to the
next room, no it can't be. I am speechless. At exactly the 5 hour
mark the TV was set to turn off. I had just witnessed the work of a
true MASTER, challenged by none. A subtle reminder at 3 hours and a
total power outage at 5 hours. The work of a genius. I slowly enjoy a
handful of chocolate covered nuts or whatever ...
... me to confirm that I really did just leave one gift trap, I mean shop. I’m pretty sure I can hear the bus starting on the other side of the building, but there’s only one way to get there. Through the store!
I’d love to say that I held fast and ran with blinders on for the exit, not stopping to fondle the carved this and that on table tops, or to ponder whether my son would like the hand woven bracelet ...
... that are more easily learned by "hands on" experience than explanation.
A first occurred for us at Little River Bridge, a mile before our destination. We were the solitary boat and were about 10 minutes past the bridge's normal hourly opening. I was prepared to patiently circle while we waited for nearly an hour for the next opening. Boaters who know this bridge will be amazed at what happened ...