Hotel Comtes de Challant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Comtes de Challant Fenis
This is such a lovely, chalet style inn. The people who run the hotel are very professional and just lovely.
Dinner was excellent. The view of the mountains and Castello from the dining room is spectacular.
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cropper on the first few turns all due to not having all the luggage.
got so use to riding my bike with all the loads of luggage on board I was use
to throwing it into the curves and really having to work those handlebars hard.
Now with the bike as light as ever I found myself over steering and leaning
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