Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but we were planning to go to see what the hours were and figure out where it was.
Unfortunately, we accomplished neither of those goals. We did get a really long walk, though. We also saw nearly every inch of this park. It is huge! It was opened in 1970 with 38 campsites and one small bathhouse. Today, Ocean Lakes features 893 campsites and 2,554 annual lease sites on 310 oceanfront acres with nearly one mile of beachfront, ...
... and around him. He didn’t mind at all.
The swimming pool area was very near their camp site so we took a look. As we were walking up there was a row of golf carts parked in parking spaces next to the pool area. There was at least a dozen or more there. It just proves that it is the preferred mode of transportation here.
The pool was very large and was L-shaped and there were quite a few people in it. Next to the pool is ...
... orange bag. I didn't look at the label to see it said puppy on it. Oh well. We went back to the store yesterday to get the right stuff but they were out of the adult version.
So, dog food purchased, Jeep hooked up, off we went. We followed the 17 north and it was mostly three lanes, and we were traveling through some towns at first. Before long it changed to a two lane (in our direction) divided road and was straight as an ...
... little coffee shop, so we just had our morning Joe in the van…. saved us 3 or 4 bucks.
The highlight of the day was Fort Pulaski near Tybee. It is a very authentic big brick fortress, built in the early 1800s, and kept and restored very nicely. It was very significant in the Civil War, as it was the locations where rifled cannons were first successfully used by the Union forces against the fort, which was occupied by Confederates. The Union forces ...
... by mid-career contemporary, professional artists from Pinar del Rio, a unique multicultural region of Cuba; Imaginary Botanicals by Kathleen Elliot (these are flameworked glass that are leaves, fruits, flowers, pods, and vines; and a permanent collection titled The Mapmakers Art: The Bishop Collection of Antique Maps and Historical Prints: 1606-1863.
We logged in over 5000 steps or 2.3 miles today.