Hotel Chateau Chamonix
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> Once there, I did a bit of wandering around to orient myself with how things were setup for the finish and then sat down on a rock and had a bunch of the snacks in my pack as lunch. There was a jumbotron in the VIP area, but us non-VIPs were able to stand by the fence and watch; I even moved around to the north side, at the suggestion of someone else, where viewing was easier, crowds were smaller, and shade was easier to find. Here I watched as much of the TV coverage ...