3 Palms Oceanfront Myrtle Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The difference this time is cabin-sharing on a cruise ship with two complete strangers. That’s three women in 203 square feet of space for half a month, with all the bits and pieces of our lives that we’re bring with us. Here’s to making fast friends!
The funny part of this situation is that I have no hesitancy at all, the more the merrier I guess! Just a few short months ago I was truly brought ...
... day and age. And, yes, we do turn it off sometimes and just chill too. We ended up with two plans. Short answer is that we now have 3-4 times the bandwidth for next two years with our monthly payments reduced by about 5-10%2525. Not bad for a few hours work. If you are interested, here is the longer answer. 1) First we doubled our ATT data going up from 10GB per month to 15GB and doubling to 30GB. We can still use our iPhones ...
... Texas,near Texas A & M. Mark Mears who has Mears Landscaping business and Frank Lara, a retired UPS driver. Both fun to play with. We had dinner at Pat and Bob Hinett's new home in Calabash, NC. It is a large southern style home located in a beautiful community on a golf course we're playing tomorrow. Back to our little home for showers and bed at 11 ...
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 ...
... of Myrtle Beach that are almost contiguous.
We drove into Huntington Beach State Park. The Huntington’s purchased the island and several thousand acres on the peninsula next to the island and when they died, there were no heirs, so the land was placed into a corporation that leases the land to the state. The will also specified that the land will never be sold or developed, but will remain for everyone to use. The Huntington's are the same family ...