Myrtle Beach · Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach Hits and Misses

The Gay Dolphin Gift Shop.  Lots of stuff.  I mean, a lot.

Myrtle Beach Skywheel.  Tip: buy those tickets online.

Pirate’s Voyage.  Here’s my review on Yelp.  Dinner with a show!


Captain Juel’s Hurricane Restaurant.  Here’s my review on Yelp.  Sushi and Seafood with a view!

You’re here!
Full view of restaurant
Gorgeous Oaks near restaurant
Oysters on the half shell
Crab Dip
Spring Rolls…eh
Spider Roll


Side Salad (look at that crouton!)
Crab Legs

Croissants.  Here’s my review on Yelp.  Best food in Myrtle.

Acai Bowl
Strawberry and Nutella Crepe
Eggs Benedict, Potato Casserole and Ambrosia
Fish tacos
Chai Latte
Cinnamon Sugar Muffins
Banana Chocolate Chip Mini Muffin
Chicken Salad Croissant, Broccoli Cheddar Soup & Ambrosia Salad

Hamburger Joe’s.  See my review on Yelp!



Baron’s Steaks and Spirits.  Here’s my review on Yelp.

Filet Mignon with potato casserole
Chocolate Cake
Creme Brulee with Caramel Sauce

Margaritaville.  Here’s my review on Yelp.  It’s not horrible, but once was enough.

Margarita Hurricane
Watermelon Margarita
Crab Dip

Lava Lava Shrimp & Calamari
Taco Salad


Concord · Places

Carolina Renaissance Festival

It’s time once again for the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival.

Sooo much to see and do!

Games & Rides are pay as you play, and typically run between $1 and $5.

DaVincis Flying Machine
DaVinci’s Flying Machine
Slider Joust
Slider Joust

Entertainment: Crowds of costumed characters, jousting, arts and crafts demos, shows and food are just a few of the surprises that await you!

Jousting is one of our favorite shows!


Twig the Fairy is absolutely my daughter’s favorite character.  She told me tonight “when I see Twig, I’m going to run up to her and say ‘Do you remember me?  I was younger the last time you saw me.'”  You can follow Twig on Twitter, too!

Twig the Fairy
Twig the Fairy
The Dungeon Museum
The Dungeon Museum

Festival Marketplace: Hundreds of vendors selling handmade wares.  Perfect for Christmas shopping!

You can buy nearly anything here that comes from the middle ages…My children prefer the shields/swords and fairy wings.

Shield and Sword from Festival Marketplace
Burnt Mountain CraftsFairy Wings from Fairywinks

Dates & Times:

Weekends, Oct 10th-Nov 22nd, 2009

Saturdays & Sundays 10AM-5:30PM

Rain or Shine, No Pets, FREE parking!