I'm looking at a solo trip driving around British Columbia for a week or so in September. Rather than simply flying into and out of Seattle (a lot cheaper than Vancouver), I've considered heading up via a mix of plane and rail, such as fly to SF and take the train to Seattle. Other forums have been helpful on describing route options, but I'm curious about sleeping options.
As an example, I could go from Fort Worth to Seattle in 4 days for $350 if I only reserve a coach seat, but if I want a coachette for overnight legs, I might well spend more than $1000 just on those, which is a budget breaker (just me so the de-facto single suppliment is in play).
Are the coach seats equivalent to an airplane seat, and as hard to sleep in?