Where to Find Free Wi-Fi and Bathrooms Almost Anywhere
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip is a two-parter, and it comes from readers weighing in on my post about why people eat McDonald’s when they travel. Says reader SG:
“…hello, free Wi-Fi! It’s gotten easier, but a few years ago, our cellular network did not have good international plans and the hotel Wi-Fi was spotty. We could count on McDonald’s to provide good Wi-Fi to keep in touch with family.”
And from reader Amy: “The bathroom in McDonald’s has saved me on more than one occasion…”
The free Wi-Fi and bathrooms (and reliable coffee) were pointed out a few times in the comments, for good reason. Wi-Fi and bathrooms can be in need anywhere, and so it’s nice to know where they’re always free (regardless of what you think about eating at McDonald’s). Thanks, guys!
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