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So, you have a new Valentine - I guess 2020 wasn’t so bad for all of us! Or maybe you’re counting down to a milestone Valentine’s Day with that special someone. Even if it’s not a 5- or 10-year celebration (hey, there’s something to be said about staying together for 2, 3, 7, or 11 years!), there’s an awesome place to spend the...Read More About How to Have a Romantic Myrtle Beach Valentine’s Day
Travel will look a bit different in 2021. Bring it on, we say. We can’t wait until we can make plans to get out and about again. Especially to spots such as Myrtle Beach, destinations that bring us joy but that we might not have been able to get to as much - or at all - in 2020. Some things, though, will remain the same. Early planning...Read More About Tips For Travel In 2021
First, what do you consider cold?Some visitors from points north of Myrtle Beach would think nothing of frolicking in the waves in January. Others would wear a parka. Fortunately, there’s something for everyone – of all cold tolerances – to do on the Carolina coast in cooler-weather conditions.Often, the...Read More About What cool things can I do on cool days in Myrtle Beach?
Not quite longing for a White Christmas?Consider a beach Christmas instead. Rather than snow all around, maybe the gentle waves of Myrtle Beach would mean happy holidays for you. The coast can be a place to relax and take in some of the region’s most beautiful scenery – while leaving cold days at home behind.Plus, you can’t...Read More About What is the best way to spend Christmas in Myrtle Beach?
A wonderful thing about your favorite warm-weather vacation destination:It’s cool to visit when the weather is cooler, too.As you probably heard from your mother throughout your youth, you’re going to want to dress in layers. But unless you’re coming from a tropical climate, you’re not going to need full-on snow-gear for...Read More About How to Pack For The Beach During Cooler Months
There’s just something cool about cooking on vacation.We’re serious. One of the best things about staying in a Brittain Resort in Myrtle Beach: The full kitchen. It opens up a world of possibilities.And although it’s easy to remember to pack the flipflops, sunscreen, and water wings, recipes don’t always make your...Read More About Dazzle the fam with your cooking skills on vacation
Next to a Carolina sunrise or a heaping plate of calabash shrimp, the most beautiful thing to see in Myrtle Beach these days is a “we’re open!” sign. Visitors and residents in this area did a good job of masking up, keeping social distance, and respecting the threat of coronavirus, all while enjoying Myrtle Beach. Businesses altered plans...Read More About What is Open in Myrtle Beach this Fall?
Have you started your holiday shopping? Experts predict the onset of gift gathering to begin a bit early this year, given the circumstances. People won’t be as keen to pack into malls or camp out in droves for Black Friday - or even Thanksgiving night - doorbusters. Lucky for you, those who love Myrtle Beach, you have a ton of great...Read More About 4 Locations to Knock Out Holiday Shopping in Myrtle Beach
It’s summer’s last hurrah. That’s been the tradition for Labor Day weekend. (Although we know the great weather...Read More About 3 Labor Day Weekend Facts to Know in Myrtle Beach