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Old November 2nd, 2005, 11:04 AM
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We are wondering if it is really a queen bed in the room? We called
and they seemed to think it was 2 twins to a king. Our concern is my
husband is 6'4 and that could pose a problem. Want to be able to make a change if it is prior to the trip. Nancy, trying to end the questions but do you recall if it was 2 twins or a single queen bed? Also is there a closet or just the vanity area?

(this is an extended balcony room)
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We are wondering if it is really a queen bed in the room? We called
and they seemed to think it was 2 twins to a king. Our concern is my
husband is 6'4 and that could pose a problem. Want to be able to make a change if it is prior to the trip. And thank you for the pictures but just can't tell from them, looks like you had a great time too !
Generally it is two twins, and when put together they create a King.
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pretty much the industry standard is two twins that convert to a king.
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Yes, 2 twins make a king. The bathroom is beyond the couch towards the outside door into the hallway. The sink is in front of the shower. Don't worry about dh's height; my dh is a tall drink of water also and has no problem with cruise ship beds. Fans are another matter! Also he must have an aisle seat on planes. Hope this helps you.

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PlanB,

If you look at picture 7303-3 the the bathroom door is in the picture. It it all the way to the right in the photo. The door is much bigger to accomodate a wheel chair. The bathroom is across form the bed and to the right as you come in the cabin door. Yes the sink is in front of the shower. But remember this bathroom is big . So there is a lot of room between the shower and the sink. If there is anything else just ask.

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