A severe looking young woman guide collects a Canadian tourist at a hotel in Prague. The young foreigner is hyperactive and doesn't keep his voice down inside the St Vitus' Cathedral. Graveyards and ancient monuments also fail to amuse him. The guide is unhappy about his manners. At the Loreta church, the Canadian ignores the no entry sign and climbs up the tower, where he improvises on the carillon keyboard. Afterwards, he becomes absorbed by another tourist attraction - a horse-driven carriage. The young woman finally encouradgeous herself to ask him a favour. They will go to the nursery together to pick up her little daughter. The little girl is delighted with the horse-ride and, besides, the foreigner has bought colourful balloons and they now release them together. They reach the hotel in high spirits, and the man pays the driver and says goodbye. The carriage takes the woman and her daughter home.
lidová francouzská píseň (Frere Jacques)