Book a Golf Package in Myrtle Beach for Golfing Fun and Great Times in the SunWritten by Gregg Gillies
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Golfers may want to play on courses of North Myrtle Beach during one season, come back and experience links of south part of Grand Strand following season, and return next year to enjoy courses on South Carolina’s Brunswick Isles like Bald Head Island. The choices are plentiful and experts can help golfers choose courses that are right for their skill level, ensuring an enjoyable game.
Packages such as these may include beachfront accommodations but quite often offer lodging at golf villas, condos, or hotels located on grounds of a chosen golf course. Such accommodations offer close proximity to golfer’s favorite activity, meaning that they’ll be able to take advantage of each and every moment on links without having to travel a distance to play each day.
Many golf package accommodations include fully-equipped kitchens and visitors may also take advantage of other activities and amenities available onsite, such as tennis, swimming, fitness centers, and fine restaurant meals.
When visitors book a golf package in Myrtle Beach, they’ll have opportunity to choose all features that will make their golf vacation perfect one for them, whether they’ve been playing sport for years or are new at game, having just recognized tons of fun involved in being a golfer.
Gregg Gillies is a freelance writer and long time Myrtle Beach lover. Check out his new site, http://www.myrtle-beach-guide.com
Must See in Yellowstone National ParkWritten by Rooster
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The Mammoth Area
Venture into Mammoth area and you’ll notice red-roofed, many-chimneyed buildings that make up part of historic Fort Yellowstone. Fourteen years of poor management of Yellowstone led officials to turn management of National Park over to United States’ Cavalry in 1886. For first five years, Cavalry, lived in Camp Sheridan but, after five bone chilling winters soldiers built more perminant post known as Fort Yellowstone.
Prior to 1903 visitors to Yellowstone National Park took train to Cinnabar, Montana then climbed into horse-drawn carriages to enter park. Eventually railway extended all way to Gardiner and people then entered park through immense stone gateway, known as Roosevelt Arch. Designed by Robert Reamer, a renowned Yellowstone architect, arch was designed for coaches to travel through as they entered park. During construction, President Theodore Roosevelt was visiting park and took opportunity to lay cornerstone of arch which now bears his name. The top of arch is inscribed with words “For benefit and enjoyment of people” a quote from Organic Act of 1872 which enabled legislation for Yellowstone National Park.
Other Must See Sites in Yellowstone National Park.
As you enjoy your Yellowstone National Park Vacation, you’ll want to be sure to see these other sites including, Engineers Office, built by Corps of Engineers; Scottish Rite Chapel and Capitol Hill, former site of Superintendent Norris’ headquarters. The Kite Hill cemetery is a great place to visit and contains graves of early Yellowstone settlers and employees. Another Yellowstone landmark designed by architect Robert Reamer is Reamer House. Reamer House is a beautiful example of Prairie-style architecture. Finally, check out photographic studio used by Haynes family, old roads, bridges, railroad beds and historic structures in town of Gardiner.
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