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Old 09-03-2012, 04:02 AM   #1
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Congratulations. The bathroom in the serenity is spectacular. The whole thing is a dream. Good luck
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We went the ERA route, but the same way. I'm amazed at how much the slide opens things up and we have a place to sit other than in the closed are at the back. And yes, a full bath!
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On the ERA 70C do you have to climb over the bed or is there room to walk around it. We are considering an A or a C. I like the slide out and dry toilet but the extension of the bed concerns the other half

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There is just barely room to walk around if you put the kitchen extension down and don't hit your head on the TV. It's tight.
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How comfortable is the bed. Do you put a memory foam topper on it? I ask because the ridges where the sections meet does not look comfortable.
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We use a good mattress pad that we bought from Amazon around 100 dollars and roll it up and store in shower, makes the bed pretty comfortable and not a large inconvenience we can take our bed down completely in 6 minutes.
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Just picked up our Era 70C with the slide out. Very impressed so far. The fold out bed is surprisingly comfortable, (only have 1 night on it so far) but not if you are a large person(s) it is a full sized bed, a bit narrower than a queen.
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We are transitioning from boating to land yachting. As with the boat we are starting small. We purchased a 2012 Winnebago ERA 170X. Much smaller than our Grand Banks 42'--- BUT whenever we stop, we can get "off" and be ashore!
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