Tango Argentino > Berlin Tango

Discussion in 'Tango Argentino' started by Someday, Mar 2, 2017.

  1. Someday

    Someday Member

  2. itwillhappen

    itwillhappen Active Member

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  3. opendoor

    opendoor Well-Known Member

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  4. TomTango

    TomTango Active Member

    I wanted to try Tangoloft, but couldn't find it just from the address. So if you go there, make sure you know where it is before hand.

    Nou Mitte was really nice, a bit crowded, lots of great dancers who respond to cabeceo well.
  5. jantango

    jantango Active Member

    Another source of information for Berlin is www.hoy-milonga.com/berlin which includes a description of each milonga on the information page. Hoy-milonga began about five years ago in Buenos Aires and has expanded to include New York City and Berlin. Next city will be ?
  6. opendoor

    opendoor Well-Known Member

  7. Xenophon

    Xenophon Member

    Don't know if Tom had the same difficulty I did, but even having the address, hearing tango music wafting down from above, and being able to look up and see the dancers, it still took me about fifteen minutes to find the entrance to the stairs for TangoLoft. In the dark, it's not at all obvious to first-time visitors. But worth persevering!
  8. TomTango

    TomTango Active Member

    I couldn't hear the music, unfortunately. And to me, the stairs up to the milonga looked the same as stairs to private residences. In retrospect, I wish I'd have just risked walking into some poor guy's apartment for the chance to dance!
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