Essex Street Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... added in another category when I returned which was "Communications & Electronics", which included costs like cellphone sim cards, call credit, internet cafe usage and my global phone bills. I did not anticipate that area to cost me so much, but after I reviewed it when I got home, it was a $450 line item between all of the little costs and the larger Global Phone Services credits purchased through Telestial.
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... lunch so everyone headed different directions to find some food. We walked to the other side of Plymouth with the Lane family to a burger joint call KKates. The burgers and fries were great. A local hole in the wall for sure but good service and food. I should mention that the Mayflower II was not available to see or tour. It is an exact replica of the Mayflower that was sailed from England to Plymouth in 1957. Normally it is docked in Plymouth ...