I was looking at options for a little vacation by the beach in the "ol' country", and one holiday center/town I knew as a pleasant place had reasonable prices I thought, and it had free Internet included.
But elsewhere on the page it was less clear what this meant, so I contacted them, and they told me that at the moment the huts do not have wireless internet, there is only "a PC in the reception for checking email".
Really lame. This is 2012, and Denmark regards itself as one of the most technologically forward nations in the world. And in some ways it is, even school children had their own mobile phones in the 1990s. Of course this was helped by it being a small and flat country, easy to cover wirelessly.
But maybe it is really just a small minority who *don't* have stuff covered for a couple of week just with a cell phone and occasional email check on a public peecee.