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First off thanks for what Clowney did to that poor kid and for beating u of m. We owe you one. I'll be moving to Myrtle Beach soon for an internship that hopefully leads to a full time job but I'll be in SC until at least September. Any tips for me? places to eat and drink at? places to avoid? I'll be living in Myrtlewood and working for the Pelicans. Kate Upton appreciates the suggestions.
stay where you are
Don't know a lot about Myrtle but Charleston is only about 80 miles south, can't go wrong on a day trip. Riverdogs baseball stadium is awesome too.
SCspartan there is a lot to do, but things to look out for as well. Mainly tourists and how to get around town because you will be there in the height of the tourist season and that can be a pain sometimes. Remember that this town has less than 25,000 residents but can swell to 350- 400,000 on the weekends in the summer. Depends on your interests, but there is lots to do. If you are a golfer, you just entered Mecca. You can play a different course everyday for about 3-4 months if you like. Stay out of all restaurants that have a $19.99 all you can eat advertisement, tourista's destination again. There are good restaurants all up and down the Grand Strand, just depending on your budget. Rossi's from the north end to Quigley's on the south end in Pawley's Island. The list is endless. There are a ton of local bars, but they tend to change some from year to year. Too many to mention here. Hunting will be out at this time, but you can fish both inshore and offshore.If you are married or have a gf making the trip with you, shopping is abundant.PM me if you have anything specific and I will be glad to track it down for you. Welcome to SC!
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