Getting an airplane window seat may have its disadvantages (can’t get up as often you want without disturbing your neighbor and also it may seem tighter than the one on the aisle) but that is compensated with the view you get while airborne. And during the night at least you can put your head near the window and rest (a pillow helps too).
Let’s see what good is for the window seat on an airplane.
Somewhere above USA
Above downtown Los Angeles, California
Above Costa Rica
Somewhere near Portland, Oregon
Above Beirut, Lebanon
Above Grand Canyon, Arizona
Circling around Heathrow, London, UK
Somewhere above coral reefs
Above Brussels, Belgium
Above freeways in Phoenix, Arizona
Above the Alps Mountains
Above the Caribbean
Above Los Angeles, California (better on the air and not on the ground)
Above Svalbard, Norway
Above Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Near Mount Rainier, Washington
Above British Columbia, Canada
Near Charlotte, North Carolina
Near Albuquerque, New Mexico
Above Phoenix, Arizona
But if you decide the windows seats are not for you, you can always deal with this guy! On the aisle.