Myrtle Beach here we come

When our family plans a trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, it will be like the night before Christmas all over the house. We usually start packing like the former Baltimore football team, Colts. Under the hood of darkness, we load the car with fishing gear, coolers, luggage, some snacks, and some lemonade.

Although it is only 7 hours’ drive from the Baltimore Washington area, we usually do it at around 10. This is true for 10 hours. First we must skip the mixing bowl in Springfield, Virginia, which seems to take forever. Then there are the outlet stores where my beautiful wife should simply pause to reload her collection of every shoe known to the type of woman. We also have our favorite eating spots, and of course the trip is not complete without stopping the fireworks. Our son will need fireworks from at least 2 different vendors along I-95 South. Not the type that sits on the ground, exhaustion like a game book, but things that fly to the sky, illuminate our summer nights like the space shuttle from Cape Canaveral.

I’m ready to take on shopping for shoes, fireworks, and six other stops that make up a 10-hour trip because by the end of the days we’ll finally reach one of my favorite East Coast hometown’s most favorite holiday destinations, the stunning Myrtle Beach.

The best way to start a day at Myrtle Beach is to stroll sunrise along the Atlantic coast. Myrtle Beach is divided into two regions, North Myrtle Beach and South Myrtle Beach, and there are many adventures on both sides.

Did you say the south side? Well, the south side is the oldest side of Myrtle Beach, but new development always happens. One of the biggest attractions on the south side was Pavilion Amusement Park which celebrated its last season in 2006, but not all is lost. Some popular games and artifacts have become part of the Pavilion Nostalgia Park. Nostalgia Park is located on Broadway on the beach, which opened in the spring of 2007.

Herschell-Spillman Carousel, Tea Cup Kiddy Ride and The Caterpillar Ride are all alive in the new Nostalgia Park.

If you need more adventure, try the family kingdom water park.

They & # 146; The replay is located at 300 South Ocean Blvd. The family kingdom also has an amusement park. Stop at an ice cream shop and get a ladle or two like locals, or check out the largest garage sale in South Carolina from 7 am to 12 noon on September 15, 2007. It will be held in Myrtle Beach parking garage.

Three levels of shear bargaining. Start early to pick up the best deals. You’ll find & # 146; You’ll find everything you need for the beach including sunglasses, hats, and sunscreen. You’ll also find things like luggage, handbags, dollar items, and things for the home.

For mall shopping, check out The Coastal Grand. This mall opened in March 2004. This is the newest mall in Myrtle Beach. They have a great dining hall with lots of entertainment. There is no such thing as shopping in the mall, you can almost live there if you love shopping as much as we like.

Looking for oceanfront accommodations? Just take in this exceptional resort.

Crown Reef Myrtle Resort is surrounded by Bar 3 Golf Course on one side and Whispering Pines Golf Course on the other. Crown Reef Myrtle Resort will simply take your breath away. This huge resort has a 125-foot front pool, where its clear blue waters invite you to dive. This charming property is almost magical at night, as wonderful purple lighting illuminates the southern night sky.

If you are looking to invest in timeshare, just walk across the street to the South Beach Resorts owned by a South Carolinas Premiere Premiere Burroughs & Chapin developer. This is one of the latest developments on the south side. Burroughs & Chapin also owns The Crown Reef Myrtle Resort. I have already seen plans for further expansion which will include high-rise apartments right in front of the beach right next to the Crown Reef Myrtle Resort. These developments make the southern tip of the Ocean Blvd in Myrtle Beach. The place to be when on vacation.

There are great options for dining around the south side or just outside your door.

Remember that the second and last hotel on the left is the Crown Reef Myrtle Resort. It is a wonderful sight overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. To experience this type of luxury just visit [], All meeting room stresses will disappear with just one click.

North Myrtle Beach is full of some of the best dining options you’ll find in the state. There are many Calabash seafood restaurants that feature the latest seafood you will find anywhere. Fresh crab legs, jumbo shrimp, garlic butter mussels, steamed clams, and clams on half shell jumps from the dish with flavor. While dancing your taste buds to a delicious tone, you will enjoy a feeling of satisfaction as all the seafood craving is quenched.

Now you can burn some calories and hike through many local attractions such as the Ripley Aquarium where you can see sharks swimming near you so you can count the teeth rows in their mouths. Check out some antiques stores. You’ll also find some great deals at pawn shops in Myrtle Beach. You’ll find it organized and professionally managed.

Along & # 147; Grand Strand & # 148; You will find the best quality hotels, restaurants and golf courses. Wait a minute. I didn’t even mention 60 miles of warm white sandy beaches. How do I forget that? I am not one to swim in the ocean, but I couldn’t resist wading into the mighty Atlantic Ocean in Myrtle Beach. To get this, or a better experience in South Carolina’s finest resort city, leave your fingers to click [] For hotels, event tickets and car rental. There is so much to choose from that you won’t be able to do all of this in one trip. So, visit Myrtle Beach in South Carolina for more fun than you have had in a long time.