The charm is small but charming. Although it has fame for its baths which might beckon travelers, it is simply a charming, authentically French place to stay. Stroll the market downtown. Stop at any one of the cafes. The number of restaurants is limited, but still offers decent variety. We were there for just one night, the night before flying out of Geneva. However, we found the town charming and inviting enough to return.
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