Waking Up in Myrtle Beach
Elissa Jarvis, Lead Reporter Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Living on the East Coast means that we get to see some of the most amazing sunrises over the beach. If you’re willing to get up between 6-8 am to catch a Myrtle Beach sunrise, you certainly won’t regret it. If you are like me and don’t prefer to get up before 10 am, don’t worry mornings at Myrtle Beach are still beautiful. Opening the windows on vacation and seeing miles of sand and ocean is an instant relaxation agent.
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Have you watched a sunrise over Myrtle Beach?