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Old 08-06-2012, 10:32 AM   #11
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One item that was a big factor for me is the partition between the bedroom/bathroom area and the rest of the unit on the 24 S. As we plan to spend at least a month on the road at various times, my wife can go to bed in the back, pull the partition closed, and I can stay up front to watch tv or read while she sleeps. While space is cramped it also offers privacy when coming out of the shower. I could find no other Cs of the same size that offered that.

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Old 08-06-2012, 11:01 AM   #12
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I don't think I mentioned that we did look at the S. Our dealer had to bring one in from Des Moines for us to look at but we didn't want to make such a big decision without being 100% sure. They were parked side by side and we spent a lot of time going back and forth. In the S model, we really liked the corner bed - it was biggest and most comfortable of any we had seen in that floor plan (vs the view etc). The wardrobe/pantry was really nice. I liked the step up into the bedroom area - that really made it seem like it's own space. And I liked that the sink was outside the bathroom. Essentially I could get ready at the same time my husband was in the shower. Plus, if we brought my 85y/o Mother with us there was plenty of room.
Everyone has to decide which floor plan best suits their needs. They are both great!

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