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General Myrtle Beach Questions

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Hi,

We'd like to vacation in Myrtle Beach at some point and in looking at their official web site, it looks like Myrtle Beach has three sections that they call: North Myrtle Beach, Central Myrtle Beach and South Myrtle Beach.

Other than Central, I can't tell the difference between North Myrtle and South Myrtle. Does anyone know?

If anyone is familiar with the Eastern shore, we prefer Bethany Beach over Ocean City and Rehoboth, so which area would be closest to Bethany---meaning you're not smack right in the middle of things in a high-rise.

We would prefer to rent a condo or small house, but one that was part of a community with amenities and good for small children.

Thanks!

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