From: email@example.com (Bill Roach)
Subject: recent trip to Europe
Date sent: Fri, 23 Aug 1996 13:19:25 +0000
I recently travelled in Europe and have been to a few cafes you
listed. I checked out your web page before leaving and took a
copy of several cafes with me. Especially in the areas I knew
I would be travelling.
Cristal Palace has closed. Possibly for quite some time. Instead
I went to Cyberia.
There the terminals were 20 Ffrancs for 20 minutes. The staff
was not the most helpful. I had never been confronted with an
international keyboard, so I wasted 10 minutes searching for the
stupid @ key. Also, several letters are transposed. They really
rushed me off the computer when my time was up.
Munich I went to Internet-Cafe. That was nice. I had tortellini,
2 cokes, and tiramisu for DM27. You are allowed to use the computer
as you dine or drink. Very relaxed atmosphere and helpful staff.
The cokes were the most expensive item on my bill (DM6- each!),
but that is the case everywhere in Europe.
Cologne, I found the Internet Cafe. A techno DJ was playing there
while I had a nice mozzarella and tomato salad (with bread) and
a coke for DM12. Again, free computer time, and very helpful and
I used the Cafe de Unie in Rotterdam. It has only one terminal at the
back, and you can use it whenever you want. It is not a busy place,
at least not while I was there. There was a problem finding the
local server while I was there, so I did not get any mail sent.
I left a little frustrated.
I hope you
can use my comments for yor web page. Thank you for developing
this site. It was a novel way of keeping in touch with friends
and family while I travelled. Although I still wrote my share
Sat, 05 Apr 1997 08:33:10 +0000
From: "K.Schmidt" (K.Schmidt@mci2000.com)
Subject: Internet Cafes
Cafe in Amsterdam many times last summer.
Not such a great area, but the people were friendly and fun and
I spent many hours there, and it was a happy part of my vacation.
I was able to retrieve my email, send it, and chat with friends....and
the cost was very,very low.
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 1997 12:49:14 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: cyberplaces in Florence and Cannes
I used your
homepage of cybercafes in Europe for my trip, but I found one
or two places that weren't on your list.
One is this book store, I think it's called CIMA librerie and
inside is a cafe and many terminals tucked away among the books.
It was by far my favorite of all the internet places. It's in
Florence(Firenze) Italy, I think on Via del Corso Borgo degli
Albizi. It's right in the center of town.
The other place I discovered is in Cannes, France. It is a computer/software
store that sells internet use by the hour (although, be warned,
they are all bumbling idiots who don't know how to use their own
equipment). It's called Soft Computer at 14 rue Mimont, 06400
Cannes e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope I could
help, Genny at Aglmmm@aol.com
Sun, 03 Aug 1997 21:25:00 +0200
Subject: C@afe Internet,Krakow, Poland
Café Internet (Aleja Slowackiego 29, +48(12) 33-91-44) offers
everything a homesick traveller could want. There are plenty of
computers so you never have to wait.
Unlike other places Ive been to, the connections are really
reliable and very fast. On top of all of that, the people are
as nice as any in Poland. Café Internet cannot be recommended