Despite the low dollar, some of us still have European summer adventures
on the horizon. And just because the economy is in a rut, doesn't mean we shouldn't focus on fabulous things to do across the Atlantic. This weekend, the New York Times
put together a set of 10 articles on things to do after midnight in various European cities. I tend to like the New York Times
Travel section, but I really enjoyed this compilation of articles which takes us from hip billiards in Paris to 24 hour bookstores in Moscow to a tram-based nightclub in Prague.
The ten cities covered are:AthensBarcelonaBerlinCopenhagenLisbonLondonMoscowParisPragueVenice
to discover more of Europe's after-midnight adventures, and then start scrounging for euros.
Filed under: Arts and Culture, Europe