Hotel des Princes
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel des Princes Chambéry
Stayed there for only one night.
Rooms small but clean, breakfast edible.
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After our day in Grenoble, it was a bit of an early start for Elodie and
myself. We went to her university where I attended her English class
for law students. It was great! Each class is two hours long, so there
was some grammar translation then a summary exercise I could help with,
ad well as a short dictation for me to read. Mwahahaha. Then we drove
back to town, picked up Gord and did some touring. We learned about a
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