Lights, Tango, Ole!
At any of Buenos Aires' milongas, you can learn to tango late at night. Or, see a serious staging of all its different variations at Madero Tango, the city's least touristy dinner show, which is in the refurbished dockside area Puerto Madero, a sight to see in itself with anthropomorphic ex-shipping cranes lining the water and architect Santiago Calatrava's modern bridge Puente de la Mujer all lit up. "We had to get a dancing shot," Adam says. "Movement really showed off the flirty nature of the dress."