Sonesta ES Suites Myrtle Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... when I was informed the day before a huge business trip that I’d be sharing a room with a new co-worker that I’d never met before. Ok, it could have been the combined stress of a new job, a son graduating high school, selling my house and moving across the country that set me in tears too. Room sharing was definitely a new experience for me (comfort zone – blown to bits!) and forced me to let go of my need ...
... and unlimited text and data to Nationwide plan (450 minutes) pay for text and unlimited data. I calculated cost will be $70 per month plus taxes etc. Our old hotspot plan was $99 per month. We will use the phone mainly for when we have to call Verizon or when we are in a no ATT cell service area. and put chip in the jetpack for data. Now we can resume our netflix account. Woo hoo. About another week of this beach would be perfect. Alas we head to Charleston for ...
We left Raleigh around 9:30 heading southeast toward Sunset Beach KOA for two nights while we visit Bob & Pat Hinett. Bruce and I played Tidewater today for a smooth $266.00 a round per couple. Well worth or just for the spectacular holes and beautiful views. It's a tough course and can be punishing if you hit an errant shot. We played with two ...
Four months into living in Myrtle Beach, SC and I'm ready for my first day trip to Charleston - let the research begin! It's close to two hours away, and to get the most out of this day trip I'll be leaving around 7am next Saturday. So far the plan is to stop for breakfast somewhere along the way, maybe in Georgetown, before dropping into a day of walking, learning and exploring. First on the itinerary is a ...
... white dress, but when Dr. Flagg discovered the ring her removed the ribbon and threw it out onto the marsh. Alice was buried at All Saints Cemetery near Pawley’s Island. A plain marble slab covers her grave. The engraving on the stone consists of only one word - Alice. Although more than 150 years have passed, the ghost of Alice Flagg is still occasionally seen in her lovely white dress coming in and out of the front door of The Hermitage and walking the cemetery ...