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Club Club
Prague
All Castes Welcome Here

There is no sign, but it's true, all species and classes of human may enter and enjoy this bar and club. Arrogant Money-Makers coming with Expensive Dates may sit to the right of the bar. Stoners should file downstairs to the room with the black lights, and careful not to burn too many holes while you're laying on that couch. Company Parties can enjoy the room next door to the stoners without being too worried about contamination due to the excellent ventilation system. Locals should sit at the bar, of course and chat with Marek, the guy who you might think is the devil or Shapeshifting Lizard as he seems to be tending bar at every place in the neighborhood at the same time, although I think he's just a hard worker.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2008
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