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Myrtle Beach at Christmas Time


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Years ago when I was going to high school there, they would roll up the sidewalks a few weeks after Labor day and the place would become uninhabited. There were only about 7000 local residents then. These days however Myrtle Beach will be quite busy through Christmas as it has become a major shopping and entertainment destination for a lot of people that time of the year. It will slow down some in January and Feb when the weather finally gets cold enough to drive off the tourists.

On the other hand, of late, Myrtle Beach has seen a big drop-off in tourists the past few months due to the bad economic times. The brand new Hard Rock theme park just went bankrupt. It might be fairly quiet this Christmas.

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