Have just got back from Prague and thought it was great generally, but have you ever seen so much graffiti in one city. Walk out of the tourist hotspots and it's horrendous, despite the fact that the city is surprisingly litter free. What's with it? Something to do with the collapse of communism perhaps. The oppressed youth realising they were now free to do whatever they like and spraypaint their city as much as they liked? Also, I never thought it was possible for a city to have too many bars and restaurants, but that's really all there is in the whole of central Prague. Is there no other economy in the place? What do the locals do if they don't want to work in the tourist economy? Just wondering.