No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers, dirty looks.
So now what?
Myrtle Beach condo rentals bring the conveniences of high-rise living to families in dire need of an affordable summer vacation just in time for the end of the school year. The towering building above–christened Prince Resort at Cherry Grove Pier–is a modest $1,550 a week through Aug. 22. Appointed with a granite counter tops, a full kitchen, sophisticated furniture, a private balcony and sweeping views of the Atlantic, it’s that dream suite that you thought was out of your budget. These flats even have their own dining room tables! No need to eat leftovers in front of the TV.
When Megan and Bobby get sick of playing in the sand, there’s a ninth-floor sundeck fitted with one of those cool mushroom-like canopies that cascades water into the kiddie pool. And how’s this for more little people pleasers? A lazy river and game room to round out the fun.
To save dinero on feeding your family of four, drive to the grocery store near the resort to load up on groceries for the week. Would rather have someone else do the cooking for you, but don’t feel like traveling that far? Kick it at the on-site 3500 Oceanfront Grill or the more casual hangout called the Boardwalk Beach Cafe.
And for those hard-to-please teens and tweens, there’s Ripley’s Believe it Or Not Museum, the Family King Amusement Park and many more attractions nearby.
Valerie Moloney is your resident blogger and the Expansion Markets Editor for Citysearch.com, who oddly enough, feels panicked when asked, "What's the best place to eat in Chicago?" or her favorite, "It's my birthday. Where should we go with a party of six?" No stranger to travel--and traveling with kids--she is a young mom who ODs on the Internet when it comes to planning family trips or buying clothes. Here's hoping she finds you the vacation you deserve.