Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Get Off The Boat: All Inclusive Myrtle Beach

myrtle.gifWhen one goes on a cruise, one is very accustomed to selecting excursion packages. This might include sailing, an island tour, or snorkeling. Lately, a few of my friends are hesitant to book a cruise due to past experiences. For the most part, they have a pleasant time, but on the last cruise everyone got a little under the weather, which is no fault of the cruise line.

Did you know that if you booked at Myrtle Beach Resorts instead, you can book different excursion packages, too? The Seaside resort is one of the Oceanfront Myrtle Beach Resorts that has a few tricks up their sleeves. They have a special deal where you can book a sailing package. On a cruise ship, you are far from the surface of the water, and this gives you a more up close and personal experience. Then, you can go back to shore if your sea legs are a bit rubbery.

On a cruise, there are plenty of self guided activities, but if you spontaneously decide to break away from it all, you have two choices. You can hole yourself up in your room, or walk the plank and swim. While there are many amenities at Beach Resorts Myrtle Beach and you won't want to leave, you can always hop in the car or hit the water for a spontaneous side trip. It is really the best of both worlds.


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