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I'm thinking A. Waterside real estate is terribly expensive and woefully popular with tourists.
Lol, you literally did the opposite of what I said :P - choose for comfort and coziness, not just location!I think I would choose A also, but that is because of all the shelving right there. I'd also be worried that I would accidentally drop my book or Kindle - ot pillows! - out the window.
Ohhhh, there were instructions! I just saw the pictures. I'd still go with A -- it's a slightly longer space with more legroom.
That's what I thought at first too. But upon further inspection, B almost looks like it is a single bed, not a bench, and we just don't see the whole thing. But, I'd still choose A - with a few more cushions for comfort.
A- Cause I love bookshelves and a cozy place to read!1
Same here. I definitely prefer A. I want the books nearby my reading nook.
B - looking out at the water during breaks would be soothing
Yes, that is definitely true. The rippling waves would be very soothing indeed.
I'm not sure there are enough padded cushions to make either as comfy as I need it for my aches and pains!
Oh no! what if we get you a nice super comfy fluffy mattress? I get hip pains semi-often, and when I was in Hawaii a few years ago, the beds in our hotel were the comfiest bed I'd ever slept on in my life. It is what I imagine sleeping on a cloud would be like.
A for me. The greens of the trees are nicely relaxing. The B window is a bit high and I am not good with heights!
I picked A also. I liked having the shelves right nearby. Once I am comfy, I don't want to have to move all that much - especially to get another book!