It's a few years now since I broke mine, so timescales a bit hazy, but it did take (what seemed) ages to get back to pain free running again. I was in a cast, and I remember when they took it off and my foot was still badly bruised and floppy from lack of muscle tone. I swam gently and walked in pool before eventually moving to cross training. Used a stick for some support as well as the crutches if needed. You need to be careful whilstever there's any pain though, not worth rushing back.
GP told me not to go back to driving until I could do an emergency stop without pain, so get someone to drive you to an empty car park to practice when you think you're ready.
We were in Cancun over Christmas & New Year, and moved into the gym to run. The humidity, even at 7am,was dreadful, had to really slow down but didn't enjoy it (other than saying hello to other runners). Saw a few folk out later in day, but all looked a bit overwhelmed with the heat. Suppose Prague will feel quite cool in comparison!
Andrea - I'm the same height and leg measurement also. I've got the Ronhill tracksters which are fine, and you can put another layer underneath for the cold if you want. Also, a pair of thicker Karrimor leggings. They are a bit long, but to be truthful, by the time I've laced up my trainers, the extra little bit of bunching doesn't bother me as they're narrow at the bottom so I won't trip up on them, and they sit on the top of my trainers. You're probably the only one who's bothered when you're out, you're moving anyway, and no-one else is looking at your ankles promise!