Travel Blogs from Myrtle Beach
... golf at Diamond Back
Woodland Valley Golf. Lots of water and sand traps We all lost a lot of balls, but we were having too much fun to care. We saw quite a few deer on the course also. FUN DAY.
After finishing our round of golf we headed back to shower and get dressed for a Dinner Theater Show at the Pirates Voyage. It was a super show. ...
Spent entire day on beach at Mrytle Beach. Celebrating Baby Miles 1st birthday with family.
Lauren did an excellent job planning & organizing to get everyone together. She even made and decorated his 1st birthday cake.
Baby Miles got so caught up in the event at the beach. He had to take a nap before the festivities ...
... the lap poor and did a few laps and laid on the big donut...relaxing, with all the other little kids. Back to the hotel room watch TV for a while...then we went out for dinner, best meal here so far at Captain Benjamin's Calabash Seafood, we had to buffet over 170 different items to pick from....all you can eat....oops that can be dangerous but we mostly just stuck to giant Alaska Crab legs....and of course desert.... Superb ...
... take with the tigers...... glad we gave this a miss? We also stopped and browsed through lots of surf shops, there are so many surf shops along the Highway.... The same brand shops every half mile and on both sides of the Highway so many we gave up trying to count them. Back to our hotel cooked ourselves dinner again, and then headed out down to the beach bar to listen to some music and have a ...
... take pictures but they were so fast....we managed to the splash only ......... still a very exciting episode.... of fish chasing, I was totally mesmerized. I was afraid to go in swimming after this but David reassured me that the sharks had already eaten...lol We went swimming in the waves jumping around like children.... David surfing the waves as they came.....me just avoiding drowning most of the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking