New signs on Grand Cayman will aid visitors
in getting to two major attractions on the island's East End,
thanks to a joint effort on the part of the Tourism Attraction
Board and the Cayman Islands Dept. of Tourism.
roadway directional signs in Savannah are miniature replicas of the
larger signs at the entrances to Pedro St. James, an historic
landmark, and at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, a tropical
garden with botanical displays, nature walks and
are planned as new bypass roads on the island are
Information on all
the attractions managed by the Tourism Attraction Board can be
viewed at www.tab.ky.
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