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btoy    20

This came to my mind the other day, what do you think?

I was thinking it would be a great idea if Myrtle Beach developed a sister city relationship with Dubai. It would be a good fit considering both locations' focus on tourism.

Then as part of this relationship a Palm Isalnd could be created off the shore of Myrtle Beach much like those in Dubai, but ours could have a crescent so as to represent our state flag.

This could create a top tourism spot into THE TOP tourism spot in the US. So, what do you all think?

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jfl25    0

btoy Thats probably one of the craziest :silly: ideas that i have ever heard, but I really like it. That would be a great sister city, and I like the cresent idea all we have to do is find the funding.Hey maybe the Crown prince will pay for it. :rofl:

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btoy    20

btoy Thats probably one of the craziest :silly: ideas that i have ever heard, but I really like it. That would be a great sister city, and I like the cresent idea all we have to do is find the funding.Hey maybe the Crown prince will pay for it. :rofl:

I was kind of hoping he would. Maybe I should send him an email, any one have his address?

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GvilleSC    88

I agree, but only if we get a hotel like this in MB:

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Oh MAN! I love that! I'd like to see that in any of our cities, haha! I can see that in the middle of the Reedy or in the Broad or in Charleston Harbor next to the Battery. :rofl: But forreal that's awesome!

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krazeeboi    115

Oh no, NOT in Charleston....I'd rather see this in Hilton Head before Charleston, it would totally mess up the vibe of the place.

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