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I was wondering if anyone has ever stayed in a roomette on the auto train. We have been in the coach seats once before, where sleeping was almost impossible (unless you are a very good sleeper). I have seen very little about the roomette (seats two) online. Is it too small even for two people? Are the seats there the same size as in coach, which are pretty big. Feel claustrophobic? Any comments, pictures,etc. would be very appreciated! Thanks!

Also, read that there are frequent delays? Is this true?

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