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we had stateroom 6192 on the dream last year and had no idea we were going to have such a large verandah.What an excellent surprise. I also went to the adult hot tub first thing in the morning and had it all to myself. The only thing about being up so early that in the evening I was falling asleep in the shows. I guess my age is showing.
I was wondering, does the room on the opposite side, 5650, have the same large sized verandah?
If so, do the other staterooms, past these two have just the double deep verandas but normal size in width? (like the photos I've seen of the deck 5 forward?)
Also, a general question. Can the veranda separators/walls be folded back between every room, or just the ones with connecting doors?