Super 8 Myrtle Beach/Market Common Area
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... and it was one of those car washes that charges $6.00 for a basic wash. You pay at a machine and choose the level of wash you want. I got the basic which means you drive through the car wash machine after the guys at the beginning do some pre-wash with a pressure sprayer and a brush. They have you put the car in neutral and let the machine pull you through the various wash areas. When you are done, you pull out and either drive off, or in ...
... seems to like it and mentioned the real estate market in South Carolina is very reasonable. Cheaper than North Carolina she said. Gas and groceries are cheaper too. She suggested we try a restaurant called Drunken Jack’s. We went for lunch and Jim will tell you about that. Carolyn asked where else we were traveling to. I mentioned New Bern, the Outer Banks, and Ashville along with visiting family elsewhere in North Carolina. She told me ...
... had numbers on the sides. I figured that out from all those years of police work.
We pulled down our row and unhooked the Jeep so I could position the coach. Our space was just long enough for the coach to fit, but it was wide so we could put the jeep in the grassy/dirt next to the concrete pad. It has a couple of shade trees and a picnic bench. Across the street there is a restroom with showers and a couple of vending machines. ...
Peggy wanted to see the student exhibit at the Horry Georgetown Technical College in Conway. That was our first stop. We then did a walking tour of the historic part of Conway. Conway does not contain as old buildings as Georgetown. It was still a nice quiet walk.
We ate lunch at Fresh Seafood Company in Myrtle Beach. I had read the food was good even though it was not well decorated. The food was ...
... and Branson twice. I enjoyed each one and enjoyed this one as well. The entertainers are good. We saw impersonators for Buddy Holley, Diana Ross, The Blues Brothers, Rod Stewart, and Elvis Presley. It was a two hour show and went by quickly. We had good seats.
We walked over 10,000 steps again and logged 4.4 miles.