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Thread: What does it mean to have wifi when traveling?

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    It is probably a worthwhile investment to carry a Bobjgear wired ethernet dongle, which is the only one guaranteed to work with the Thrive, and one of those retractable ethernet cables. This would allow you to fall back on a wired connection if the WiFi one does not work in your room or is an extra cost item.

    Steve

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    Just did three weeks in Rome, Sienna, Florence, Cinque Terre and Pisa. No wifi in our Rome hotel, had to go across the street to a pub. Decent wifi in Sienna hotel but had to pay 8 euros for six hour blocks. No wifi in Florence hotel but plenty of surrounding hotspots. Wifi in Cinque Terre hotel was no charge and decent. Wifi in Pisa was exceptional and no charge. It varies no matter where you go, but usually available for free or at least cheap in bars, bakeries and coffee shops.


 
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