The Cypress Inn at Conway Myrtle Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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used as a guide, this rule is simply the best. One can fall back on
this rule no matter which side of the party coin they are on. You can
pull this rule out if you are the party host to get rid of everyone
in a timely yet friendly manner, or use it as a polite and peaceful
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6) watch Drew, how he does things.
7) Don't mistake advice for criticism.
8) 2$ pillows and blanket from dollar store are the best sleeping I have ever had.
9) for the first time in my life I have done something for me...
10) it takes a team, & appreciate each other.
Thank you Drew, for ...
... way to the Hwy 17 bridge at 8+ knots in the favorable breeze. Maggie did several stints at the helm and is getting the knack of handling the boat. She seems much more at ease doing this now and her earlier tentativeness has been replaced with confidence.
The comfort factor improved today, with sunshine and warmth instead of cold and shivering. I am definitely not a cold weather person and it felt good to go without a shirt for awhile during our sail up the ...
... it is pretty much a ghost town. Everything is empty. The mini putt, water slides, amusement parks, and boardwalks are all silent and shut down. Even half the hotels are closed. We decided to take advantage of the off season and do what we haven’t done on this entire trip. We got a hotel room for the night. We went to one of the hotels and told them we were on our honeymoon (technically true). They gave us the discount room price and upgraded us to the honeymoon suite along with ...