I've been in Prague for about a month now, so I like to think I've grown accustomed to poor service. Still, this was by far the worst I've gotten during my entire time here. First of all, almost nothing had a price on it, so I was going off the number on the back of the books. After waiting at the counter for at least two minutes for the cashiers to finish up their conversation about their weekends, I was informed the book was almost twice the amount printed on the back. I can understand raising the price a little for an English book in a Czech speaking country, but that's just ridiculous. Alas, I really wanted the book, so I handed over the money. After giving me a look like I'd just asked her to pick up dog poo, the cashier informed me that she didn't have any change. "Really?" She said to me. "You don't have any tens or twenties?" No lady, I don't. This is Prague. I spend all of those on beer. She told me I'd have to go to the cafe and see if they had change for me. At that point, I was done and walked out instead. Overall, an extremely disappointing experience from a place that came so highly recommended from travel guides and locals alike. The place gets points for being cute as hell, but it's not worth the trek I made (way out of my way) to get there.
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