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₩15,000 content An "afterparty" club. Mainly electronic music (house, dance) and very large dance floor, which is packed on the weekends. Incredibly loud. * Nammun is big among the university students of Suwon. It has a fashion street and the majority of nightlife is centered

Medicine Hat

in Medicine Hat. DJ-E spins live video mixes all weekend. 1,000 square foot dance floor. *'''Whiskey Creek''' - Daily Drink Specials, live bands, and comedy from the Laugh Shop every Thursday night. Large dance floor. *'''Mario's Restaurant''' Sleep *


Hottest club around, but getting in will usually prove tricky if you are not a "member", though it is doable — especially if you are an English speaking Westerner. * commons:Khabarovsk

St. Catharines

more than twenty. Everything from small pubs to large dance clubs fill the area, although almost every bar has a laid back feel (with matching laid-back clothing requirements.) There has been a bit of an upscale trend lately, with the addition of a few martini bars. It's a bigger area to cover than up in Port, but even still it's quite easy to walk from a bar at one end of downtown to another at the opposite end. *


Across the road from Xinjiazhuang bus stop phone +86 532 85932929 tollfree fax hours 8PM-close price content A large dance club that is often the most popular among Chinese, music there is strictly techno. Ladies should watch out as it is not called "Feeling" Club for nothing. *

La Paz

music, free WiFi, large screen TV for important football games. Pool table, serve coca leaf mojitos, where coca leaves are substituted for mint leaves. * '''Irish''', Plaza Avoroa. Food is overpriced but good, and the cocktails are reasonable, though not as good as some from some of the other bars. Mostly frequented by Bolivians and is of course a ''themed'' bar. * '''Traffic''', San Jorge. Bar with a good atmosphere and fairly good music. There is a large dance floor and a comfortable bar. Owner Asher has taken 6 steps back from managing the place after a sting operation codenamed 'superhuey' . *'''Antique Pub''', Pichincha 662. Recorded rock music, and all sorts of old things including fob watches, photographs, a kid's tricycle and a six shooter to keep you amused. They serve food too. *'''Pomp Pomp Salty Man''', Loayza and Comerceo. Known for its great clandestine happy sauces. ATM on premises. * Commons:Category:La Paz Wikipedia:La Paz, Bolivia

Ho Chi Minh City

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Mexico City

, Mexico. It was an unusual accomplishment, given that Norteño (Norteño (music)) groups typically play large dance halls and rarely arenas, unless it's an all day festival event. Intocable has also won at least eight of Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro awards, and received their first Grammy win in February 2005 at the 47th Annual Grammys (Grammy Award for Best Mexican Mexican-American Album Album; ''Intimamente'') and second at the 53rd annual Grammys for their album Classic. Vlady lived and worked in Mexico City until 1990, when he moved to Cuernavaca, where he already had a country house with a giant studio. He died of cancer in Cuernavaca, on July 21st, 2005. Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City

Buenos Aires

Tango (1935–1952) when milongas (Milonga (place)) (tango parties) were held in large dance venues and full tango orchestras performed. Salon tango is often characterized by slow, measured, and smoothly executed moves, never moving against the line-of-dance, and respecting the space of other dancers on the floor around them. The emphasis is on precision, smoothness, musicality, good navigation, and following the ''códigos'' (tango etiquette) of the salons. The couple embraces closely, with some variants having a flexible embrace, opening slightly to make room for various figures and closing again for support and poise. The walk is the most important element, and dancers usually walk 60%-70% of the time during a tango song. Although the close-embrace style of dancing has existed since the beginnings of Argentine Tango, the term "Milonguero Style" only surfaced in the mid-1990s when the name was created by Susana Miller, Susana Miller, Susana Miller - director of La Academia de Tango who had been the assistant to Pedro 'Tete' Rusconi (Pedro Rusconi). Sin miedo, amigos!, Tete - Sin miedo, amigos! Many of the older dancers who dance close embrace (including 'Tete') prefer not to use the label. These ''milongueros'' of Buenos Aires refer to social tango danced in close-embrace as Tango Salon regardless of the exact technique used. Along with the resurgence of interest in tango outside Argentina in the 1980s due to the dance show ''Tango Argentino (Tango Argentino (musical))'', the term Salon Tango had become associated with a style that more closely resembles Show Tango. Susana Miller created the term "Milonguero Style" mainly to help distinguish it from North Americans' perception of Salon Tango. This had the unfortunate side-effect of offending milongueros who would state that they consider themselves milongueros but they don't dance the way 'Tete' did or with the methods Susana Miller teaches. Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


and karaoke. *

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