Motel 6 - Pawleys Island
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at home in Myrtle Beach, spending Christmas with my son who’s visiting from Colorado we decide to take a day playing tourist. We hit the wax museum and the aquarium, the alligator farm and Margaritaville. I was successful today, no kitsch purchased (though it was close with the “Fins Up” Adirondack chair Christmas ornament!). No matter where you are in the world, at some point you’ll have to exit through the gift ...
... waiting for airlines to make announcements about flights later in the week. Now throw in a handful of friends who need to collaborate on next steps! The last two days alone are reason enough to take vacation! Good news is that we've shifted gears and are heading for the other coast, fingers crossed that we won't be rained out. Flights are secured, hotel is booked. Just enough time for a little pre-trip research to see what's going on in the area. I ...
... staying in SC until March. My French teacher told me that my dress has to touch the floor when I am on my knees. We don’t have that dress code in Traverse City; so all my dresses are too short for your school. What should I do?”
“I’ll get the principal,” the woman replies. Several minutes later she returns. “The principal says that since y’all are only here fer four months, he reckons that ...
... br> “I’ll check around the house, Frank,” Mom calls out, “while you shut off the water supply, and drain the pipes.”
It’s mid-December when Mom, Dad, and we last five kids squeeze into our new, 1968 Chrysler Imperial, which holds six passengers comfortably. Our motorboat is hitched to the back, and is full of luggage and Christmas gifts. We head south for the winter. Dad retired from farming earlier this ...
... The guide we had Jean was excellent. This is not a “Gone With The Wind Plantation” but it is a working rice plantation that is actually lived in.
After eating lunch we traveled about fifteen miles down the road to the Buck Hall Recreational Area where we are staying for one night. I have reviewed the campground below after taking a hike around the grounds. Tommorow we will be heading to James Island and going ...