We’ve all been there. You get to the airport the recommended two hours early, only to end up waiting at the gate for what seems like forever. Sure, you can fill your time with people watching or mindlessly scrolling through your social media. I have something else up my sleeve, though, and today I’m going to share it with you.
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No App Download Needed
One of the things I really appreciate about Solitaire.org is that I don’t have to download an app to play it. I have enough apps to keep track of on my phone as it is, so it’s nice to be able to just open the website, play for a bit, then close it and move on.
I actually play it far more on my laptop than I do on my phone anyway, so an app wouldn’t even be helpful to me. I’ve got it bookmarked, so it’s quick and easy to open whenever I have a few minutes to play.
Perfect for Killing Time at the Airport
While I have a few tried-and-true favorite apps on my phone, I usually only play them when traveling and don’t have wi-fi access. Those apps are great for playing in-flight. (Although I love that one of the perks of having the Southwest Premier credit card is free wi-fi on every flight!)
Most airports give travelers 30 minutes of free wi-fi, and I’ve found that’s the perfect amount of time to play a few rounds of cards. By then, I’m usually ready to do something else, or it’s boarding time and I pack things up.
I’d much rather spend some time entertaining myself with something that makes me think. If you’re like me, you’ll find plenty of other times during the day to check in on social media.
Solitaire.org Is Family Friendly
Another plus for this website is that it’s very family-friendly. There are no ads to worry about, and the content is clean and appropriate for all ages. For me, clean content, brain games are a great choice when my kids are bored and need something fun to do!
We usually travel with electronics that our kids can play on when they start getting antsy. They all have their favorite go-to apps already downloaded. Even so, kids get bored playing the same things over and over. I appreciate being able to log them on to the free airport wi-fi and open up a solitaire game for them to play while we wait.
Airports aren’t the only time we play it, either. Nowadays, our kids are doing so much of their schoolwork online. They take breaks to stretch and move around, but sometimes they want free time on the computer just to play.
Spending 10-15 minutes playing some challenging games is perfect for breaking up school assignments. They also like that they can pause the game and come back to it later.
More Than Just Solitaire
While classic Solitaire is the easiest for kids to learn, Solitaire.org has many more games we enjoy playing. That’s one of the things I like about this website, and I continue to challenge myself to learn new games.
They don’t just have Solitaire, either. They have games like Klondike, Spider, Freecell, and more. If Solitaire is your jam, you’re not going to get bored with so many options.
Although the web address is Solitaire.org, they actually have many other classic games. One of my favorites has always been Mahjong.
Our two youngest daughters were born in China and love all things Panda. Naturally, their favorite game to play is Panda Mahjong. It’s a cute version of the matching tile game that almost any age can play. They also like playing the China version of Hidden Games.
More Games to Play
They have way too many games for me to list here, but to give you an idea, they have quite a few variations in each of these categories:
Solitaire – 7 games including Klondike, Freecell, Spider, and more
Cards – Black Jack, Crazy Eights, Gin Rummy, and more
Mahjong – 7 different themes
Hidden Object – 8 different themes
Match 3 – Many levels of games similar to Candy Crush
Logic Puzzles – Battleships, Chess, Sudoku, and more
Word – Crossword, Word Search, Wordoku, and more
Summary of Solitaire.org
Overall, this is a great site to bookmark and have available whenever you have spare time to play. It’s clean, challenges your brain, and you can feel good about letting your kids play any of the games offered. For me, that’s a smart option to choose!
Till next time,
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