visited very nice 'Salons' and want to mention and review some of
Besides, it's always a good idea to keep asking the other Milonguero's
about actual events and localities in the Tango scene. A good Advice
is always given by the tiny Magazine "B.A. Tango" which can be found
often at some Milongas or Tangoguesthouses and comes always with
news on the Tango scene.
So does the "tangauta" - a free Tango Newspaper, available
in english and german at the same localities.
If you plan to visit a Milonga you should reserve seats in advance
to avoid being placed in the darkest corner far away from the action.
For special Events this is strongly recommended! Especially in Buenos
Aires no one knows about alternating your seats when you return
- this makes sense, for during the "cortina" (the music
'between') everyone takes his/her seat he had before.
Those 'special Milongas' are marked by a small telephone symbol
Most of the Localities are good for dinner.
Females shouldn't forget to wear something additional due to the
air conditioning in the ballrooms which is really heavy sometimes!