However, the days of physical copies in hotel rooms may be coming to a close in the near future. The Hotel Indigo in Newcastle, UK has recently started putting Kindles in their rooms, which come pre-loaded with a copy of the Bible. Not a Christian? Don’t get too worked up, as the hotel allows guests to download any religious text they want for free. Assuming, of course, your religion charges less that $7.50 for enlightenment.
If the last thing you want is to be preached to during your stay, you can always download other e-books to the device, though you’ll have to pay for this heathen literature yourself. Fair enough.
That's Cool!:) I really like that:) I wonder if you can watch Religious Movies on it too? Oh! Wait... Kendal's don't play Movies. Not unless there Hacked and have Linux on them... Right??? And No, I don't think that would be a Sin... Hacking a Kendal and installing Linux on it. If you own it that is... Now, the Hotel Kendal's, that might get you into some kind of trouble;)...
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