Lot of business hotels apparently charge for Wifi. The big chains like Hilton, Hyatt also charge, sometimes like $20 a day.
They cut down the bandwidth too.
If you travel and stay in smaller hotels in small towns in Europe, many will charge, depending on the market. Even when they offer free Wifi, the speed is substandard or you have these painful authentication -- tying in a long password string into a browser each time you try to use the Internet after not using.
With iOS 6, they will include turn-by-turn driving directions. But to use this feature, you need a data connection and a GPS chip. iPad 3 (the one with the Retina display) will get this feature as well as Siri in the fall when they release iOS 6 for it.
It's also widely expected that Apple will announce a 7 or 8-inch model at a lower price to compete with the 7-inch Android tablets which sell in the $200-300 price range (Kindle Fire, Google Nexus 7). This is expected in September.