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Old 02-07-2017
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Default Side Aisles: Pro and Con

I searched but could not find a discussion on the pros/cons of side aisles. So I am looking to you all who have them, like them, hate them. The pictures look cool, but looking for insights.
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I have a center row and would much rather have a side row with private bathroom.
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There are side isle, diagonal isle, and walk through.
Side isle can make a much larger, and private bath. Diagonal restricts view in the bedroom from the front. Walk through is what it sounds like, but you can still have a private head or not. You may love a layout and others hate it.
You just need to look at a few and decide what you like and what fits your family and your lifestyle.
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the private bath of private head sounds good, but in reality, how may people are going to be in your coach. how often does it really matter?
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the private bath of private head sounds good, but in reality, how may people are going to be in your coach. how often does it really matter?
Not only that, if you are "petite" the private head is not a problem. If your a** is as big as a bass fiddle and you aren't as flexible as you once were, which pretty well describes me, makes things more difficult. I won't attempt to describe what I am talking about, but use your imagination and think about it.
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Not only that, if you are "petite" the private head is not a problem. If your a** is as big as a bass fiddle and you aren't as flexible as you once were, which pretty well describes me, makes things more difficult. I won't attempt to describe what I am talking about, but use your imagination and think about it.
you have such a way with words

Using your magnificent powers of description would a foot massage then be a kick in the a**
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I like side aisles
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We have a side isle, and love it. Most visitors said they would love this combo. You can walk from front to back or vice versa and not bother anyone in the bathroom. It's not just the toilet use, think shower. I think most houses(except the ones with outdoor plumping) have this combo. Of course, giants like Jim, wouldn't like it, but that is the exception to the rule, and if he was 30 years younger, I don't think he would complain.
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From this thread, you get the idea we don't all like the same thing.
We turned done one of the best looking coaches early on because it was a Diagonal isle.
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We have a side isle, and love it. Most visitors said they would love this combo. You can walk from front to back or vice versa and not bother anyone in the bathroom. It's not just the toilet use, think shower. I think most houses(except the ones with outdoor plumping) have this combo. Of course, giants like Jim, wouldn't like it, but that is the exception to the rule, and if he was 30 years younger, I don't think he would complain.
You are so right Steve The older I get, the bigger and stiffer I get. Bad combination for this topic. I wouldn't mind a side isle if I was 30 years younger and 50 lbs. lighter But I'm not 50 lbs. lighter and probably never will be again. As for the 30 years younger
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