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I have not read this whole thread but you'll notice most of the floor plans that include a dinette offer the couch in the same slide (usually on the street side). Mine is this way too. This works well for us in watching tv, eating, hanging out, etc.
kitchen on curbside is a pain. I do not like how the bench extension half blocks the door way when it is extended.
I don't have this problem as my dinette is free standing and we like the chairs as they move. I also agree and would rather look at my stuff under the awning while I'm checking out iRV2 over morning coffee, sitting in my PJ's.
2006 Monaco Camelot 40 PAQ 400ISL - Toad Jeep Grand Cherokee - DW is the Nagivator. Retired to travel and everything revolves around the price of diesel.
We are about to turn things upside down. We finally found a production glass top bar/bar stool set that has the exact dimension to replace our table and chair (not a booth) dining area. We current have a table that extends out from the wall (E/W) with chairs on each side. We are going to remove all of this and install a bar height table which will be installed flush against the curb side wall. The bar stools will fit under this table top while traveling and we will have a great view out the curb side picture window while "dining". We have never made any bones about the fact that our dinner table only had room for 2 and this will ''seal the deal". I will try to get some before and after pictures in case anyone is interested. (I don't have any preconceived notions that anyone would be interested, but I will take some pics just in case).
Mine happens to be on the street side. Most of the floor plans that I have seen that I like have steet side dining. However, I seriously doubt that I would miss my mouth if the table was on the other side of the coach.