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It's quite possible that the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk could grow an extra 425 feet this year. The boardwalk currently ends at 14th Avenue North, but with the extension, would now end at 16th Avenue North. Not all details have been worked out, but the developer of a new Mexican restaurant called Banditos will pay to have the boardwalk extended to run past his restaurant. The city is hard at work demolishing several closed down hotels in order to make way for the new business. The developer hopes the new Banditos restaurant is ready for business by May 1st. The boardwalk opened in May 2010 to help revitalize and draw visitors to the the downtown beachfro...
Below is an email received from a Myrtle Beach Skywheel rider detailing her Skywheel experience on a recent trip to Myrtle Beach: IMAGINE -- o viewing a pristine beach that stretches north and south, as far as the eye can see, sparkling in the warmth of the afternoon autumn sun. o noticing how the expanse of sand frames this portion of the western border of the Atlantic Ocean, with its gray-blue waters extending east to the distant horizon. o watching seabirds swooping down and scurrying along the water’s edge, where unending gentle waves taste the salty shoreline, providing morsels of sea life for a post-lunchtime snack. o pivoting right, then left, sm...
What a perfect day! On a warm and sunny fall afternoon, 2 Myrtle Beach locals and 4 out of town visitors decided to take ride on the new Myrtle Beach Skywheel ferris wheel. After purchasing tickets, the group waited in line approximately 5 to 6 minutes as the group ahead of us completed their Skywheel ride. When the previous group finished up their ride, gondola #13 stopped at our waiting platform and the six of us boarded. Skywheel attendants, were very courteous and offered to take a picture of all 6 of us in the gondola. So, after taking about a half dozen pictures with three different camera's, he shut the gondola door and sent us on our way. The six o...
The 2011 edition of the Myrtle Beach Oktoberfest will be held this Saturday, October 8th, from Noon until 11pm. It's all happening adjacent to the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk between 8th Avenue North and Mr. Joe White Avenue (10th Ave. North). An 11pm fireworks show will close this years festival. Admission to the festival is FREE. The stars of the show will be lots of authentic German beer, food, and wine. If you're in the mood for music, how about free music concerts all day long! Can't have an Oktoberfest without good bratwurst, so check out the brat eating contest at 6 pm. To keep the little ones entertained, there will be an alcohol free "Kids Zone" with inf...