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Learn how to tango
Argentina – Algodon Mansion
Buenos Aires is internationally known as the birthplace of tango. Similar to walking, one foot moves on one musical note, while the other follows on the next note; the woman seduces, her male partner leads. Places where people dance Tango are called "Milonga" and some of the best known are Bien Porteño (classes for all levels), Confitería Ideal (a classic housed in a historic building, attracts all ages and nationalities), and La Viruta Tango (informal setting, for young and old Argentine dancers). Every sexy capital requires a suitably sophisticated hotel – Algodon Mansion, in the city's chic Recoleta district is Buenos Aires' newest haute hideaway and top honeymoon destination. The brainchild of the team behind Algodon Wine Estates, the building was built in 1912 and renovated in grand Belle Époque design. Décor is decadent – 10 sprawling suites are lavished with B&B and Cappellini furniture, Italian marble, hand-carved stone, original artwork, and feature private views of a four-story waterfall and hanging garden. For wine lovers, there are few better destinations in South American that beat this top honeymoon destination. Low-season suite rates start at $640 per night.
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