Upon reflection I have come to realize something odd. In my early 20's, I spent an inordinate amount of time hungover in museums. I recommend the following should you find yourself in this situation.
  1. La Brea Tar Pits: Los Angeles, CA
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    That hilly grass area isn't just for rolling down as a youth. It's also for laying on while you soak up the curative powers of Vitamin D. Also, no matter how terrible you feel, at least you ain't that Dino!
  2. Tate Modern: London, UK
    There are wonderful little couches on one of the mid levels you can use to sit and reflect upon the art....or take a nap and wish you had a different body/head/had made different decisions last night.
  3. Centre Pompidou: Paris, France
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    Espresso +Cigarettes = Hangover cured. Plus, the French are very empathetic to a hangover. Even the art gets it (see pic).
  4. Victoria & Albert Museum: London, UK
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    Surprisingly well air conditioned. Great shop to keep you distracted. Very nice Brits in the cafe to offer you tea and wee biscuits.
  5. Musée Rodin: Paris, France
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    The museum only focuses on one guys work making it much easier to absorb since you don't have all your faculties. Plus The Thinker makes you feel like you have a comrade while you fight your booze blues.
  6. BONUS! #1 worst museum to nurse a hangover - The Guggenheim: New York, NY
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    That structure was designed to make hungover people miserable. Walking around and around in circles = disaster.