Rainy Day Activities in Myrtle Beach
So, you got to the beach and it started raining. Dang! I know you planned to lay in the beach and bask in the sun, but the weatherman has other plans for you. Luckily, Myrtle Beach is filled with attractions that let you have as much fun indoors as you would outside.
Check Out a Movie!
There are plenty of theaters that are convenient to The Caravelle Resort, so even if there are clouds in the sky, you can still be entertained while it rains. There’s a Cinemark Theater at Coastal Grand Mall if you wanna catch a flick after shopping, or Grand 14 if you’re on the south end of the beach near Market Common. If you happen to be at Broadway at the Beach when it starts pouring cats and dogs, you could slip into the Broadway 17 theater, or, if you didn’t go too far from the Caravelle to somewhere like the Myrtle Beach Mall on the North side, check out Carmike 12.
Get a Massage!
Having the rain coming down is actually kind of soothing in itself (just the sound of it makes many people naturally relax). But, if you want to take this mellow, tranquil mood to another level when the drops start to hit the roof, check out Massage Envy Spa. It’s only a few blocks away from The Caravelle, and it’s great for couples who want to unwind. I even did a blog post on them a few months ago (to view it click here). It was for Valentine’s Day, but Massage Envy has specials year round. In fact, as a Caravelle guest you can use your VMB Card for exclusive discounts there.
There are so many restaurants here on the Grand Strand that are convenient to The Caravelle Resort. For example, there’s Lombardo’s Bistro on 79th Ave., a nice and cozy Italian spot to dine in on a rainy day. Also close by is California Dreaming where they offer Myrtle Beach’s best salads, and Empire Fire Mongolian Grill for fresh appetizers and tasty entrees.
A few unexpected clouds won’t spoil your good time here in Myrtle Beach…there’s still plenty of fun stuff to do!
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