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#1
224 Posts
Joined May 2011
If we book a stateroom on deck 1 with queen bed, is there a small built-in nightstand on the side of the bed close to the port holes? I found a pic online that looks like it is has to be folded up, but not sure if that is a recent pic.
#4
Near Orlando but California Dreaming
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Joined Sep 2002
As the others have said, there is a small nightstand on each side of the bed. It had at least one if not two drawers. The distance between the side of the bed and the wall is someplace between 20-24". There is also a shelf area under the portholes with a bar to keep things from falling off. I want to think it's about 8". We kept the binoculars and a couple other odds and ends there, it was quite handy.
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