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How is the beach NOW at the Marriot, Grand Cayman?

How is the beach NOW at the Marriot, Grand Cayman?

Dec 31st, 1969, 04:00 PM
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why would anyone not travel to europe????????
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Dec 31st, 1969, 04:00 PM
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To go to concerts and theater without spending the price of a plane ticket.

To buy tights at Marks and Spencer.

To get steak and mushroom pie at Sainsbury's.

To see friends.

To wander in parks and polk around in lovely old churches.

To visit our old college, restock our Cambridge T-shirts and enjoy lunch while watching the punters on the Cam.

Lunchtime concerts at St. Martin in the Field. The Proms at Albert Hall. Evensong at York Minster. Fish and chips at the Old House in Wales.

Why do I have to wait till next year?

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Dec 31st, 1969, 04:00 PM
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How is the beach NOW at the Marriot, Grand Cayman?

Hi all,

I find that it's always a bit thrilling to come upon a sign that says "fondee 876", or something like that.

I like it when people argue over whether a building was constructed in 1142 or 1270.

See http://user.intop.net/~jhollis/oldnewsynagogue.htm
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Mar 22nd, 2000, 02:37 PM
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Can anyone tell us the current status of the beach at the Marriot on Grand Cayman? We are interested in easy access to snorkeling. Have read about storms causing problems. Thanks!.
Mar 22nd, 2000, 05:38 PM
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Just vacationed at the Marriott 7 mile beach in January. The beach was fine. I understand that it washed away during the storm a while ago but they spent some money to bring it partially back. At high tide the water is pretty close to the cement wall but it's O.K. Have a good time.
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