A note to say I admire your spirit Ms. Magnus, uprooting and off to Buenos Aires. Visited in September and was mesmerized by Argentine. By chance, stumbled across the Mundiel de Baile and for three days did what I do best, "people watch." One of the best experiences of my life was watching the interaction of young and old at that event. Renewed my faith in humanity. There are not too many things in this old world that have impressed me as much as that experience. For me, Argentine is really all about the people. They truly live for the day with a lot of grace and style. Hard to explain, but know what it is when I see and feel it. Guess it is a mixture of renaissance-romantic eras. Only thing I can think of at the moment. Take care, and enjoyed your writings. dennis
I think your confusion resides in the fact that the milonga nacional is an event concocted by Horacio Ferrer and the Tourism office of the city government, conveniently exploiting the official celebration of the Dia Nacional del Tango which is always on December 11.Good for those who know best and stay away from the circus dancing where it really counts.
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