Plenty to do in Cayman

Tourists visiting Grand Cayman this holiday season will have plenty to do, plenty to eat and many places to go.

With more than 80 restaurants now open for business, visitors can once more enjoy the fine and varied cuisine for which the island is famous.

The hungry will be able to treat themselves to anything from pizza to sushi.

Visitors will also have more than 15 attractions to visit, including the Cayman Islands National Museum Shop, Fort George, the Old Homestead, the ever popular Stingray City and the Turtle Farm, as well as the Wreck of the Ten Sails in East End.

Beaches at Smith Cove, the Beach Club, Marriott Courtyard and Calico Jack’s have been restored. People can also visit Seven Mile, the Governor’s and West Bay public beaches.

Cable & Wireless has repaired payphones in Anderson Square and those at the Port Authority Building North Terminal. For Internet access people can go to Coffee & Bites downtown, Geek Internet in Elizabethan Square, PC Powerhouse on Walkers Road, Café Del Sol on West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, and Micro Matrix at Centennial Towers in West Bay.

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