[Tango-L] Nino Bien

Nina Pesochinsky nina at earthnet.net
Sat Feb 2 10:15:36 EST 2008

That is true, but that is not the original Nino Bien milonga.  It 
came later.The one I am referring to is on Thursday night.

At 07:59 AM 2/2/2008, NANCY wrote:

>--- Nina Pesochinsky <nina at earthnet.net> wrote:
> >
> > Then things began to change.  As the number of
> > foregners increased
> > everywhere, there became more and more of them at
> > Nino Bien.  Now it
> > is a boring sitting milonga where the Argentine
> > dancers go to hang
> > out with their friends and see their foreign
> > students.
>That is not true of the Saturday afternoon milonga (
>Los Consegrados).  Many a day I was the only foreigner
>there in a crowd of 250.
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