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Basically, you don’t have to. United Kingdom isn’t like those hotels in South East Asia. If you leave some change on the table, they will not take it anyway.
Wireless, it depends on a hotel’s facilities; normally, wireless or internet access will not be provided in cheap hotels. You can try to find Starbucks coffee stores; some of them have wireless access, but not all of them. You will find wireless services called ‘Hotspot’ mark in the front door, but you need to register and pay on line. Here is the link http://www.starbucks.com/retail/wireless.asp
Some hotel chains provide hotspot services as well.
Scotland’s weather is definitely very unstable; for a Taiwanese, you may feel cool (or even cold) in the evening. The temperature should be around 30-15 degree. Very windy as well! You may feel better in the day time if it is sunny day. You better bring a jacket with you.
You better buy an international telephone card and call your friends or family from the hotel. Or you can keep this number this is what I use when I call my parents. This is called telidiscount, you dial the following for either Taiwanese landline or mobile.
Taiwan landline: 08444621515 , you will hear the greeting say: welcome to telidiscount, then you dial 00886XXXXXXXXX≠ (not * , but another one)
Taiwan mobile: 08445668686; the rest is the same.
Scotland is cheaper then London of course. But in general, you will feel it is very expensive then eating out in Taiwan. Normally, 8-10£ should be able to dinning in restaurant. Big M set meal is around 2-4£; sandwiches from supermarket is around 1.5-3£; salad from supermarket is around 2.5-4£; coffee shops’ hot sandwiches etc is around 3£參考資料： Live in London