OK, I get stuck waiting for meetings around the Childrens Hospital quite a bit. If you don’t want to brave the traffic at U-Village, what are the options. As an aside if you are in UVillage, “World Wraps”: http://seattle.wifimug.org/index.cgi?WorldWraps does have free Wifi and is less crowded than Starbucks by alot.

Well, there are some great ones around the bend in Wedgewood according to “Seattle.wifimug.org”:http://seattle.wifimug.org:

* “Top Pot Doughnuts”:http://seattle.wifimug.org/index.cgi?TopPotWedgwood. A great store. Very library like and the Wifi is of course free. Good hours too. It opens at 6AM and the doughnuts are of course great. There is a Starbucks up the street, but why go there when you have such a good option at NE 70th St and 35th Ave NE. Across the street, there is a “Grateful Bread”:http://seattle.wifimug.org/index.cgi?GratefulBread is you want lunch and free Wifi instead although you do need to ask for a user name and password.
* “Gula”:http://seattle.wifimug.org/index.cgi?GulaCafe. Here is a non-corporate coffee shop that serve bubble tea. Just a few blocks north in Ravenna. Lots of bubble tea at NE 50th and 30th Ave NE.
* “Tully’s 5 Corners”:http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=h09&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=tully%27s+5+corners&near=Seattle,+WA&fb=1&view=text&latlng=47661225,-122293280,12001432388379103107&dtab=2&reviews=1&sa=X&oi=local_result&resnum=1&ct=result I actually don’t like this Tully’s very much as it is very busy and the Wifi is incredibly slow. As an aside, there is Tmobile hotspot next door at the Kinko’s, so stay on the north side of the Tully’s and use that if you have an account.

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