There are lots and lots of attractions to Myrtle Beach, and you can’t really see them all in just a few days.
Hell, the miniature golf courses and pancake houses alone could take months.
But one of the best things, of course, when you’re staying on a broad sandy beach like Myrtle Beach is just to walk the beach. Have a look. Talk to a fisherman.
Bend over and look at the shells.
And maybe make believe you’re the only one there, even if you are surrounded by evidence that you’re not.
If you are partial to such things, a night walk on the beach is always pleasant. And the amusement park at the end of the walk makes a nice frame for the journey.
So, take note of what’s going on around you. Participate in a classic American beachfront community. Have some pancakes and have a go at the jurassic miniature golf course.
But most of all, enjoy the views.
You can also see our post on the real beautiful views of Myrtle Beach: the Brookgreen Gardens Sculpture Garden.
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