I do quite a bit of traveling and I am dependent on a way to work while on the road. Thanks to a 3G/Edge USB-stick for my MacBook I have some kind of internet connection most places. But I really prefer WLAN. And because I usually empty the battery of my MacBook on the plane/train/bus-ride to my destination I also like to find a spot with a power outlet.
And if you find yourself in Stavanger, Norway at some point I have a spot for you. First of all: Stavanger is pretty well covered with free public WLAN. Good city! And among all the nice restaurants and cafes I found a nice spot at “Godt Brød”:
Godt Brød Stavanger AS avd Utsalg
Tel: +47 51844080
The table by the door. Covered well by the free public WIFI. A power outlet near by. Good coffee, good food. Well, with a couple of minutes off while traveling I don’t need more than that.
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I have to say that Godt Brød in Bergen also is a terrific place to eat! (I don’t know how the Wi-Fi is there, if there is any..) Anyways the food is excellent!
Godt Brød in Bergen also have wifi spots. And their baguettes are just delicious.
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Agree. “godt brød” have excellent food. Regardless of WIFI…
Lets hope more citys follow the example from Stavanger. I know Kirkenes (Sør-Varanger) have free public wi-fi with accesspoints whereever the municipality already have non-public wifi.
Yes. Let’s hope so indeed!
I carry 2 extra batteries for my laptop just for this… heavy but INDISPENSABLE – I just wish Apple allowed for hot swaping of batteries with an internal battery for 1min 😉
I have one extra battery. Maybe I should get two. And I agree on the hot swapping.
Or maybe simply solve the issue with one of these?
Or maybe this one:
Not 24 hours, but 7 hours. Probably enough for most days on the road?
Completely agree =) I dropped a link to this post here: http://www.dopplr.com/place/no/stavanger/question/free-internet-connection
hei eirik, den meget god video (1ar 40/sec) ogsa website takk for den, har det bra…..