South Carolinians, in general, are creatures of habit. Unless we’re seeking out a particular attraction, store, restaurant, or event, we’re likely to travel the same roads every single day. And for many who don’t live near US-17 South near Beaufort or Yemassee, we don’t get to pass by the famous roadside stand – Carolina Cider Company – except when making special trips that take us past this Lowcountry gem.
Carolina Cider Company is open seven days a week (thank goodness!) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and has two roadside locations between Gardens Corner and where Highway 17 South intersects Interstate 95. You can follow the Facebook page here.
Ocean Forest condo, vacation rental in Myrtle Beach SC. This resort residence is situated on the 17th floor and been totally renovated – enjoy the tall Adirondack chairs with side-table and the stunning view of the Atlantic Ocean from the large, private balcony. The master BR comes with king-size bed, additional private vanity and sink, plus completely remodeled bath with a tile shower; the living area includes a Lazy-Boy full size sleeper-sofa. The kitchen is completely equipped with an awesome island and high bar stools, stainless steel appliances and upscale dishware. – ready to propare any culinary dish you choose. The community features resort-style amenities – come make memories that will last a lifetime!
Myrtle Beach SC is a popular vacation destination, golfing destination, retirement community, and family vacation spot. Myrtle Beach has numerous activities for the whole family, like the Carolina Opry, Medieval Times, Springmaid Pier, ice-cream shops, live music, the boardwalk etc. Shop and dine at one of Myrtle Beach’s outdoor entertainment complexes, or explore the beaches of the Grand Strand – each with a unique personality. Myrtle Beach is one of the major centers of tourism in the United States because of the city’s warm subtropical climate and, of course, the beaches – the area attracts approximately 14 million visitors each year. The Myrtle Beach population is 29k+/- with the Myrtle Beach metropolitan area population 465k+. Take a break, come discover the popular coastal town. Source: VRBO