As you probably already know, Iím Spot and Iím top dog here in this little corner of the World Wide Web (if not all of Prague). I could continue and tell you more about my good looks, intelligence, charm and speed, but I believe this web site speaks for me. Instead, I would like to introduce you to my friends, who have been helping me develop and maintain the site.
PhDr. Vladimir Czumalo, CSc. teaches history of culture at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts, Charles University, and art history and theory at the Film and TV School Of The Academy Of Performing. He is an expert in the history of architecture, history of the town, aesthetics, and cultural history and has written introduction to the history of Prague as well as a city guide for you.
He is the author of a book about Czech architectural theory, co-author of several encyclopaedias, and is published regularly in many scientific magazines. And he likes dogs, which makes him a nice guy, despite the fact he's a bit too educated.
Petra Horakova is actually the most important person here because she does everything necessary to make sure you will have a place to stay when you come to Prague. Yes, she calls the hotels, negotiates the best price for you, finds a room for you even if there isnít an empty one in Prague, etc.
Iím sure you will love her. Just book a hotel and sheíll promptly send you an e-mail confirming your reservation as soon as she has arranged it for you.
Patrick Seguin is a Canadian writer and translator who has been living in Prague for eight years. As a self-appointed expert on the cityís drinking, dining and dancing establishments, he is responsible for writing Prague Spotís reviews and giving online advice about the Czech capital. Patrick is also happy to give you a taste of Prague expatriate life in his weblog.
The fact that he prefers cats to dogs doesnít exactly put him in my good books, but the man knows the city almost as well as I do and heís a talented writer, so I keep him on board.
Marek Prokop is a web design and web marketing consultant. As Prague Spotís Marketing Manager he considers himself the key person for the web siteís success, but of course, he is wrong. In fact, he is responsible for everything thatís broken here, difficult to use and ugly. Everything operational, user-friendly and nice is the work of other team members. However, heís very skilled at motivating people and a good man to drink beer with, so I let him stick around.