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Old 03-08-2020, 01:53 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by twovillagers View Post


Of course, I thought of sleeping crosswise, but that necessitates one person having to climb over the other.

I donít own one, so just speculating based on bed dimensions (which Iím familiar with having looked at 24.1 many times).

Have you considered letting one person sleep on one twin bed length wise, and you sleep diagonally with bed made up as King, without actually sleeping crosswise which would block access to one person?

Not counting one TwinBed, the remaining bed space should be over 7í from corner to corner. May be worth trying.
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