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Prague ideas and Brussels Air

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I will be traveling to Europe from the US, starting in Prague and flying on Brussels Airlines. I have questions about restaurants and carry on dimensions. On the second, Brussels Air's website indicates that a carry on bag can be up to 26 lb and safely have dimension approx'ly 21" by 15" by 9". But I tripped over information that an international air travel organization has recommended dropping the carry on dimensions from 15" to 14" and from 9" to 7.75". Does anyone know if this change is likely to happen before the end of this year, or is being enforced at point of boarding? On the first, it appears there is decent eating to be had for local foods in and around the Jewish Quarter in Prague. It also looks like there are some out and out tourist traps in that area. Any guidance on which are good for true local food?

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