The beach resort town of Myrtle Beach is the focal point of a 60-mile (96.5 kilometer) stretch of seafront dubbed ‘The Grand Strand.’ High-rise condos line the long stretch of beach, with its amusement parks, water parks and souvenir shops. ... 

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Beverly B USA

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better
July 2010

We were told to be there 1 hour early. After going inside we were ushered right back outside to wait 45 min. in 100 degree heat, no explanation. After getting inside, we were led to a sales table for Holiday Inn, We didn't want a sales pitch, we came for entertainment and food. We sat in a large hall waiting to be seated for another hour then we finally went into the dining/entertainment area and were escorted right back out because they were not ready. Approximately two hours of our vacation passed, while we did nothing. I felt this was unfair and insulting.

Doing what: Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Myrtle Beach

Anonymous

3 star rating: Worth doing
June 2010

Dialog hard to understand. Program a little slow at first but events were interesting and fun to watch. Didn't appreciate having to stand in line to be "encouraged" to upgrade our tickets after we bought advance tickets to avoid standing in line.

Doing what: Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Myrtle Beach

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