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Just Back from Grand Cayman, Part 1
Villa Specialist Michael C. just returned from a week's trip to Grand Cayman. Just an hour from Miami, this haven for financiers and scuba divers is ultra-modern and stunning in beauty. See below for more on restaurants, what to do, and of course, where to stay. Plus, read part one of Michael's trip report here.
 
WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:
The Best of Lunch and Dinner
Grand Cayman has quickly turned into a gourmand's destination. With an impressive line up of fine dining options, plus casual beachfront spots, variety abounds. 
DON'T MISS...
The conch chowder at Cracked Conch...Cayman classic dishes at Mango Tree...the  lobster burger at long-time favorite The Lobster Pot...
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VILLAS
Where to Stay
Villa Specialist and Cayman expert Michael C. spent a week in May exploring villas on the island. See some of his favorites below. Plus, read part one of his trip report here.
Villa GCM OMP, 4br, Rum Point
Villa GCM OMP, 4BR, Rum Point
"Sleek, modern and smooth, the views from the roof top are highly recommended."

Villa GCM STP, 4br, East End
Villa GCM STP, 4BR, East End
"This property has great outdoor space and is perfect for sunrisers! The fire pit and sunken seating would also be delightful in the evening."

Villa GCM WHT, 5br, Frank Sound
Villa GCM WHT, 5BR, Frank Sound
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"In a wonderfully peaceful spot, with slick and stylish interiors. You can be on 7 mile beach in 10 minutes."

Villas for Two

Notes from Your Villa Specialist
• The Caymans were fortunately completely unaffected by last fall's hurricanes in the Caribbean; the island is booming!

• Unlike other Caribbean islands, the water is drinkable in the Caymans. Grocery stores also carry traditional American products, though the selection is more akin to a UK grocery store.

• There are several non-stop flights to Grand Cayman, including from New York, Dallas, Charlotte NC, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale.