Most people who need a free WiFi fix instinctively head to the bookstore or coffee shop, but other public places who want in on that foot traffic have been steadily adding hotspots.
Vowel-deficient blog Unplggd spots what it calls 12 unexpected places WiFi is becoming more common.
Among the sources included in the list:
City buses — If people expect WiFi on commuter trains, it naturally follows that buses need to add similar access to stay competitive.
Museums — Hotspots at cultural hangouts feed your brain answers to questions that arise from stimulating displays, as well as to help you plan out where to head next.
Auto service centers — Old-school magazine racks and stacks of alt-weekly newspapers can’t quite cut it in the era of FaceTime.
What’s the most surprising place you’ve spotted WiFi?