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24 amazing hours in Prague
With only 24 hours in Europe’s most beautiful city (OK, we’ll entertain arguments on that one) you need to figure out how to get the most from a day of roving merriment around Prague’s many squares, bridges, bars and cobbled backstreets.
11 a.m. The Globe (brunch)
After a steady walk back across the Vltava, there’s strong coffee and a mid-morning brunch at The Globe Bookstore and Café, one of Prague’s coolest expat hangouts since opening in 1993.
Is this the end of the bookshop, or just a new chapter?
Bookstores around the world have been shutting their doors in the face of what looks a lot like publishing Armageddon. What’s a bibliophile to do?
It was the New Yorker cover that started it all. In December last year, the front of the magazine of the chattering literary classes showed a young bookshop attendant in takkies pointing a perplexed older man in a suit towards a two-tiered bookshelf.
An Expat Icon Turns 20
The Globe Bookstore & Café celebrates twenty years with a series of August events
No matter how you feel about The Globe Bookstore & Café’s surly wait staff and hit-or-miss menu, there’s no denying its role as an institution among the Czech capital’s English-speaking expatriates.
Options range from casual to classy, with prices following accordingly
Going out to one of several restaurants for Thanksgiving has become a tradition in the American expat community. Thanksgiving, which falls on Nov. 28 this year, is not a holiday in the Czech Republic. Very few people have all day to spend cooking, and many lack the space for large gatherings in their homes. Going out to meet with friends has become a tradition.
Prague’s famous Globe shows a new face to the public
27-10-2006 15:16 | Emily Udell
Countless coffees have been drunk, words written and ideas debated in the Globe, Prague’s famous English-language bookstore and cafe. Literati like Alan Ginsberg and Ludvik Vaculik have read there, and it’s has become internationally known as a meeting place for backpackers and locals alike.