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  • Author: Adriana
  • Published: Dec 26th, 2005
  • Category: Travel
  • Comments: 1

Power and connections at Christmas

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Visiting Bratislava for a few days over Christmas I was really worried about being disconnected. Thankfully, right from the start I found a cafe with free wifi, cafe & co, which was truly broadband and functioning. Better yet, the place had liberally scattered power points, so spending a few hours there was not a problem. And the coffee was good too. This wonderfulness has been made possible by Siemens Business Services for reasons I can only speculate. Perhaps they worked out that if they make it easy for people to spend time there, they’ll come more often and buy more stuff. They certainly have my custom.

Alas, the cafe closed on 25th and 26th December, so I have to hunt for a new wifi haunt. Again I was in luck, a cafe with free wifi and decent coffee but no power outlets. This is a big deal for any internet junkie as most laptop batteries leave much to be desired. So full marks to Cafe & co for not stinging on electriciy and broadband.


The power, the power!


Who needs a mobile when you have Skype!

It’s back to London in a couple of hours though…

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One Response to “Power and connections at Christmas”

  1. Rob Halper
    on Dec 28th, 2005
    @ 15:52 pm

    Orange you glad for wifi?!

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