[kj] Re: OT:A question about Prague

Deadjester rivethead at comcast.net
Mon May 31 08:59:29 EDT 2004

Unfortunatel, I'm from the US. I just need to know if I can get a long stay Visa without having to work there.
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  From: P 
  To: A list about all things Killing Joke (the band!) 
  Sent: Monday, May 31, 2004 7:47 AM
  Subject: RE: [kj] Re: OT:A question about Prague

  Well mate, I do live in Prague so I can answer any question (or most of the questions).
  Czecho is now in the EU so I guess all of you based in UK do not need even passport to come (id card is enough) and you can stay as long as you wish.
  Life in Prague is easy and cheap - the only exception is rents for flats but even here you can find cheaper options or share flat with friends and so on. in any case it is much much cheaper than e.g. London.
  In general you find most - if not all - services you are used to in Western Europe.
  As regards music and nightlife - I am not well informed in recent years and everything is changing fast. but there is always enough clubs and gigs of various types. 
  I doubt that there will be KJ heard in any club unless you visit KJ direct... -)))  KJ are not very known in Czechia, Jaz Coleman however is due to his role in the film Year of the Devil.
  A lot of info on Prague can be found on the internet in English... 

  is a short name for Brew of Budejovice (in German Budweis). Budvar is now for years in legal conflict with A-B over the name of the beer. A-B Budweiser has nothing to do with Budvar except the name. But here is number types of beer, some more popular than Budvar.
  Beer here is a case for national pride.-)) So if you do not forget to mention that Czech beer is the best in the world than every Czech would think you are really cool.-)) 

  I can try to answer any questions about Prague. 



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