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a bench or similar seat built into a window recess

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Long-distance travelers sitting in a window seat tend to have limited mobility, which increases their risk for DVT.
Those who appreciate the finer things in life will make a bee line for the wine cellar, while upstairs, bedrooms have window seats and stained glass windows.
We're proud to be launching The Window Seat blog, which is written by and for travelers," said Amy Ziff, Travelocity's Editor at Large.
According to the new 'Steffen Method', passengers should board from the back, each taking a seat on every other row, starting with the window seats first.
IF you have a window area free of kitchen units, why not have a window seat built, complete with table for a diner-style snug.
The large lounge is capped by an ornate plaster ceiling while the picture bay window with stained leaded lights and heated window seat - yes
A wide staircase leads to the half landing and then the main first floor landing with more shutters and a window seat to the generous sash window.
Each of its 91 guest rooms has a bedside wood-burning fireplace, two-person SANIJET Pipeless(TM) Spa Bath, goose-down comforter, feather bed and balcony or window seat.
London, Jan 27 (ANI): Think twice before choosing a window seat on the plane, for a new study has found that the view chair increases the chance of deep vein thrombosis.
For this window seat, eight supports were used, which were spaced out evenly along the length of the seat and each leg was screwed into the floor, then attached to the bench top, two inches back from the edge.
STANDERS" are those people who demand a window seat on a plane and, as soon as the seatbelt sign goes off, stand up, bang their head on the overhead locker and glare at the people in the middle and aisle seats.
And since the finished window seat is eight feet wide and eight feet high, you do need a fair amount of space.
And since I didn't want the sisters fighting for prime position in the coach, I decided to duplicate the idea by turning the window into another carriage, with a window seat that was also a toy storage box.
Both rates include all meals, a window seat in the dining car, use of the premier lounge and a first-class seat in the day cars.
The other end of the room is for familygatherings: to dine informally, watch television, or curl up in front of the fire or on the cushioned window seat.