New Doctor Who tomorrow.
I went to Cardiff and Newport, in Wales.
In my experience hotel's which say "Free Wi-Fi Internet" mean "if you already have an account with the Internet service provider we use then you can use the hotel wi-fi connection at no extra cost". If you don't have an account you can purchase Internet time for £5-£6 per hour (~$1 for five minutes). The clock will start ticking instantly and continue whether or not you are connected. Most cafés with free wi-fi are offering the same deal except you can't purchase an Internet connection, but you can purchase an account with the ISP. Free Internet access at public libraries is filtered so heavily you may not be able to access your e-mail because of other services your e-mail provider has, such as games.