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OLS

Well, I just worked out that I only spent about $50 per day when I was in Prague, that's US$1,186.65 per month according to the XE.com currency converter.

And I spent quite a lot of money on shows, entrance fees, tours and souvenirs. Mind you, I was only there for 4 or 5 days. And I drank more than I ate - at $1 Australian for a pint, who wouldn't? ;o)

- OLS

Evan

Yes, the beer was cheap!

Lanny

Please compare and contrast for your readers the entertainment industry in the United States verse that in the Czech Republic. Was there anything you witnessed that made you stop and say .."what a small world"?

Evan

Lanny: Hmmm. For some reason, I get the feeling that you're qualified to do that yourself.

Oh, wait a minute. I just understood what it is you're talking about. Something about a stage. And legs. And see-through plastic high heels. It's all a little blurry. But I think you're right. It is a small world!

Is that a good thing, or not?

noway

"What about all those American expatriates you read about?"

You can blame the weak-and-getting-weaker dollar for that one...

m

baaaaaaaah....
i just came from prague after living there for a year. there are a tonne of US expats there. i was making 900 US a month teaching english and that was enough to get by without a problem.

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