The Fight Between Carnival and Lent: Eating Frugally in Vienna’s Naschmarkt

The Fight Between Carnival and Lent: Eating Frugally in Vienna’s Naschmarkt

Stretching nearly a mile long, the chaotic assemblage of food stalls and cramped cafés that comprise the centuries-old Naschmarkt in central Vienna can be an olfactory overload for newcomers. The first time I went, the mingling smells of dried fruit and döner kebab made me forget for a second that I wasn’t in Istanbul—until the sight of an enormous Wiener Schnitzel snapped me back to reality.

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Athens Nightlife is Like a Toga Party, but It’s Also Not

Athens Nightlife is Like a Toga Party, but It’s Also Not

If you’ve ever been to a toga party, 1) you’re probably kind of a douchebag, and 2) you know that they do not closely resemble either ancient Greece or modern-day Greece, and are pretty much just an excuse for horny kids to remove another layer of clothing. But upon further examination, I have discovered some astonishing similarities between traveling to Athens and your frat’s toga party...

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