Una Noche Mas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUna Noche Mas Montevideo
Una Noche Mas is a lovely B and B in a perfect location in Montevideo. It is in an area near everything you would need like supermarkets, restaurants, laundry, but far enough from the city center to feel much safer. There is always a fire in the fireplace, hot coffee and tea available, and very friendly and hepful hosts, Eduardo and Carla. The rooms are warm and beds comfy. The showers are touch and go with regards to hot water, but this may be due to timing. My family of five stayed here for 6 nights total, on and off, and felt comfortable each time we returned. We would have liked better kitchen facilities for us to use, but there are dishes and a microwave as well as a barbeque indoors for grilling meat. My only complaint was that we were in a tiny room with five beds, much too small, but quite warm and cozy.
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late start tomorrow for bus ride to 3 day estancia (farm stay with gauchos) - so maybe horse riding and other farmy type chores. Will be offline as no power/wifi without generator.
see you in iguacu after estancia :)
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