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Myrtle Beach Tops Family Vacation Destination Again

Myrtle Beach is one of the USA’s most beautiful beach destinations and offers plenty of family activities at an excellent value.OD-Pavillion

When the kids get tired of making sand castles, head off to Ripley’s Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach – enjoy shopping, amusements, dining, jet boats, ziplines, putt-putt, and more.

In the evening visit to Legends in Concert, The Carolina Opry or Good Vibrations for world class entertainment that the whole family will love.

And that is just Day 1.

Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach offers another full day of shopping, dining, and playing plus – Animal Adventures, House of Blues, River Boat, and other fun things to do on your family vacation.

Ocean Drive Pavilion is open at night for to ride the Ferris wheel, win a stuffed animal, and eat some fries.

Other fun places to visit on your Myrtle Beach vacation include: Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Family Kingdom, Myrtle Waves…the list goes on and on…

As we say here at Coastal Lifestyles – Come See Come Live! For Vacation or the Rest of Your Life.

Book your vacation rental TODAY!

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North Myrtle Beach Second Row Beach House

Come See & Come Discover the Surf, Sea, Sand & Gentle “Palm Breeze” of this multi- seasonal retreat!  And, just steps to the Atlantic Ocean.NMB-House

3 full bedrooms with 4th used as a Carolina Room or Office.

This Second Home or Investment Property is professionally furnished as a tropical paradise retreat! Priced to sale.

You just need to see it! Location! Location! Location! Great for a Golfers Retreat at the Beach!!!!

Backyard has enough room for its own pool!

Motivated Seller! Inventory for beach houses in this area limited!

North Myrtle Beach – Crescent Beach Area – Investment Vacation Home For Sale (Home Now Sold)

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Myrtle Beach Mayor Proposes Ocean Drive to Close Vehicle Traffic

North_Ocean_BoulevardIncreased tourism during summer vacation season in Myrtle Beach has prompted Mayor John Rhodes to propose closing a section of Ocean Blvd in the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk section of the beach.

The mayor said Wednesday allowing room for more pedestrians on the section of Ocean Boulevard from Seventh Avenue North to Mr. Joe White from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. would encourage those people to go into the shops instead of drive past them.

Rhodes said the idea stems from what is done in the French Quarter in New Orleans, where Bourbon Street and surrounding roads are open during the day to allow deliveries to restaurants and shops, but closed at night to allow pedestrians to easily walk around.

While the Oceanfront Merchants Association is open to the idea, at lest one of its members oppose it.

If the Myrtle Beach Planning, Downtown Redevelopment Board Commission, and then City Council approves the measure, it be put into effect for the Summer Vacation Season. – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Source: Myrtle Beach Online