Y’all, when getting ready for this Myrtle Beach trip, I was not prepared for the deliciousness that was about to ensue. Not only did we have an amazing and relaxing experience at Sea Watch Resort, but Visit Myrtle Beach also hooked us up with a media pass and several complimentary meals out on the town. […]
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Having never been to Myrtle Beach before, or South Carolina at all for that matter, I count myself as lucky that my first experience included a stay at Sea Watch Resort. From check in to check out, my boyfriend and I felt positively spoiled and were able to fully relax after a whirlwind month of […]
This is what the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel looks like by daylight. It’s a magnificent sight located in the heart of Myrtle Beach’s beautiful boardwalk and promenade area. Did I tell you that I hate Ferris wheels? I do. So obviously I had to ride it. At night. (When it’s even scarier.) It stands 187 feet high, and […]
Help me help YOU win in the 60 Best Kept Secrets of Myrtle Beach Pin to Win Contest! I have a Myrtle Beach Dream Vacation pinboard with some beautiful photos of things to see and do there. Source: pavilionnostalgiapark.com via Liz on Pinterest Re-pin my Myrtle Beach Pinterest board photos to your own “Myrtle […]
The Willcox Hotel in Aiken, South Carolina is the perfect place to stay when visiting Thoroughbred Country. The Willcox has everything a visitor could want and Aiken is the ideal hub from which to spoke out and explore the area. The stunning Colonial Revival landmark is as beloved by guests today as it was when […]
Hopelands Gardens is a dreamy 14-acre estate where gently winding paths shaded by century-old live oak trees meander through lush gardens, wetlands, fountains and ponds. Located just blocks from downtown Aiken and the historic Willcox Hotel but behind a serpentine brick wall, the quiet natural beauty of the gardens affords visitors a peaceful escape and […]
I dined at the following restaurants in Aiken (and outside Aiken) as a guest of Thoroughbred Country Regional Tourism on my first press trip since the onset of Covid-19. I had only left my home a handful of times since March so I was more than nervous to eat out. All of these restaurants in […]
It was inevitable that I’d love water sports because I’ve always loved boats. I grew up in a pretty little beach town on Lake Michigan and everyone had a boat. Well, almost everyone. Sadly, my family didn’t own a boat, but so many of my friends’ parents did, and that’s how I came to love water […]
Spring break has always been a favorite getaway for me. It’s such a welcome escape from school, work and wintry weather. As a child, most of my spring break vacations were spent in Florida, but I’ve enjoyed taking my kids to a variety of places over the years, and quite frankly, the best spring break destinations for families are […]
As I’m curled up next to a heater while wearing flannel pajamas, a fuzzy robe and slippers today, I’ve been daydreaming.
When you think of “Good Vibrations,” what do you think of? The Beach Boys? That would be normal, but what I’ve always thought of is Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch.