They said to drink water to avoid altitude sickness, but you don't have to drink water like there's no tomorrow because there are not a bathroom on the train. A small sip now and then is okay. There were human water buffalo's that was drinking water like it was going out of style, then they stampeded through the doors of the train heading to the bathrooms when it got to the top. Best seats are on the left side of the train and sold in groups of 3 seats facing forward and 3 seats facing backwards. On the right side of the train seats are sold in groups of 2 seats facing forward and 2 seats facing backwards in which they have the least best views. They ask not to move across the center isle while the train was moving which puts a damper on picture taking.
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