I visited JP's on Saturday May 2, 2015 at approximately 10:30am. I got in line and waited about 5 minutes to order a large (20oz) Caramel Latte. I had my laptop on my shoulder because I needed to get some work done. I paid for my coffee, and proceeded to wait at the coffee bar for 30 minutes for the barista to make my coffee.
As I was waiting, I scoped out a place to sit, and noticed on one of the napkin holders that there were instructions for connecting to the WiFi. Upon a close reading, I learned that you need to have a code to get on the internet available from the cashier. I went back up to get my code (all the while waiting for my coffee), and was given a code for 120 minutes of connection. So, for a "purchase" you get 120 minutes of internet time. What is this? Communist Russia?!?! It's broadband internet!
When I finally did get my coffee, it didn't even taste like there was espresso in it. It literally tasted like caramel and warm milk.
Save yourself some frustration and just go to Starbucks. They know how to make a caramel latte in less than 30 minutes and have FREE high speed internet that isn't limited to time.
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