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Sign in Prague

"Czeching" your behavior may help your business

Prague, Czechia by Steve Barriault

I am currently sitting in a lounge in Prague International Airport. Just spent a whole week in an internal sprint that my employer held in the "Mother of Cities."

When I saw this sign after I landed at the airport, it made me smile. Never heard that expression before, and I am SURE that there are quite a few of you that may come up with a list of alternative "mommy cities." Still, you have to admit that Prague (or Praha in Czech) rocks! Just the castle, brightly lit at night, makes the trip all worth it.

However, this ad also inspired me to write an article, as I wondered: Really? People need to be reminded to be polite when visiting?

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