Myrtle Beach Journals

Myrtle Beach in March

A March 2005 trip to Myrtle Beach by BrendaLeeW

Charleston  Photo, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina More Photos
Quote: Myrtle Beach in the middle of the winter

Myrtle Beach in March

Overview

Charleston  Photo, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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Weather is unpredictable this time of the year. As long as the sun is out, there are a lot of things to do, even if you can't swim in the ocean and you don't golf. We drove to Charleston, which is only 90 minutes straight down Hwy. 17 if you like history and looking at mansions. A stroll along the waterfront is nice too. Mini golf in the Myrtle Beach area is very reasonable, at around a person. There are also two outlet shopping malls and a nice indoor mall on Hwy 17 with Dillard and Sears for the rainy day. Despite the cold temperature, we were still able to stroll along the beach and pick up seashells. Quick Tips: Be sure to pick up a Monster coupon book at any grocery store. It conta...Read More

Sheraton Broadway Plantation Resort Villas

Hotel | "Sheraton Broadway Plantation"

Sheraton Broadway Plantation Resort Villas Photo, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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Best Things Nearby:Across the street from an outdoor mall - Broadway at the BeachBest Things About the Resort:Lazy river, pool, mini-putt, tennis, beach volleyball, basketball... close to all amenitiesResort Experience:It is truly a home away from home, with a very friendly staff and tastefully decorated villa. All units face the pond. The king bed, as well as the two double beds in the guest room, are very comfortable. The ONLY downside is that there is no high-speed Internet, which made email communication extremely slow. Dishwashing detergent is well-supplied, but no laundry soap. Be sure to bring your own. I truly enjoyed my stay at this timeshare. If yo...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 20, 2005

Sheraton Broadway Plantation Resort Villas
3301 Robert M. Grissom Parkway
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
(843) 916-8855

Ocean Garden Buffet

Restaurant

Ocean Garden Buffet Photo, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
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For the seafood lover looking for the best value, this is it. For as low as $16.99 (4-5pm is $2 off), you can have as many king crab legs as you want. Raw oysters or steamed oysters were fresh and very tasty. If someone at your party does not like seafood, you simply order the regular buffet that is only $10.99 ($2 off for early bird). There is prime rib, stir-fry, etc. The only thing missing from the regular buffet is crab legs. You still get your shrimp, oysters, etc. We checked out many other seafood buffets, e.g. Big Crab. They have far less selection, and the price is at least $10-15 more. If Ocean Garden is too far for you because it is located in North Myrtle Beach, China Buffet is another...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on March 20, 2005

Ocean Garden Buffet
1400 Highway 17 S
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29582
(843) 361-8788