Super 8 North Myrtle Beach/Barefoot Landing
Travel Blogs from North Myrtle Beach
... watched Randy go into the water."
The rest of us walked into the water—ankle deep.
We went to a local diner, “Good Fellas” for lunch. It is not much to look at from the outside; but it got great reviews. We all enjoyed our lunch and stayed visiting for a long time. It seems like we ...
We got up and spent the morning working through and returning emails.
We have a Townhouse in Colorado Springs that we maintain as a rental property. It has been vacant since April 1. We count on this rental property for a good portion of our monthly income, so there is a definite impact on life when it is vacant. The previous tenants ...
... reminded that God loves us so much that he created this beautiful world for us to enjoy. He wants to provide beauty for us to see and remind us of God's power and glory.
Almost daily I remember the Bible verse: Psalm 118:24, “This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in ...
... You wind your way through the various gardens and then follow a trail along what was once a rice field. This trail has information signs about the life of the slaves on the plantation and how they prepared the fields and harvested the rice. At the end of this path, is the small zoo.
The zoo houses animals that were found in the area at the time of the plantations. There are farm animals, an aviary, otters, ...
... am and after 4 pm. No dogs on Florida beaches EVER. Walking along the beach with Willow is another benefit of being in MB.
Before April 11 (the start of the season), the beaches belonged to Willow and me. Now, with kids out of school for spring break, we have to share with hundreds of others. In the summer, that's probably thousands of others. We got spoiled having the beaches to ourselves. Check out the before ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services