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  1. Firenze to Siena in Tuscano is amazing.

    Firenze to Siena in Tuscano is amazing.
  2. Europe, and especially Venice, are not roller bag...

    Europe, and especially Venice, are not roller bag friendly. Cobblestones and crowds make them irritating to drag and stairs/bridges mean you're carrying them half the time anyway.

    As far as...
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    There's something magical about flipping pages,...

    There's something magical about flipping pages, the feel of the paper on the fingertips, the caress of the edges as you turn, the joys revealed by Guttenberg's creation... But the best book there...
  4. I use a clear one as my 3-1-1 bag but prefer the...

    I use a clear one as my 3-1-1 bag but prefer the mesh for everything else because it has a sturdier structure and slides into pockets in my bags easier.
  5. Thread: Can-openers

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    I always have a P38 in my EDC. They're not easy...

    I always have a P38 in my EDC. They're not easy or fast but always do the job in a pinch.

    In the kitchen, I started using OXO years ago. The product line was developed originally for arthritis...
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    I know that I've flown a few EU airlines in the...

    I know that I've flown a few EU airlines in the last year and not once have they checked the size/weight of my A45. The extra space does come in handy ... like last month in Praha, my wife insisted...
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    Yes, so far the A30 is good for carryon on, well,...

    Yes, so far the A30 is good for carryon on, well, all the EU airlines I've researched. The A45 used to be the max size (why I got it) but now many of the airlines are tightening the screws. As far...
  8. Thread: Uniqlo

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    Got to try it out in subC temps. It was a little...

    Got to try it out in subC temps. It was a little windy and I was perfectly warm. But it's so light that it's weird. With my son (& Co-Pilot) in Asiago:...
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    Don't know about Budapest yet, but was in Prague...

    Don't know about Budapest yet, but was in Prague last month (early November) for 4 days and loved it! We stayed at the Lokal Inn, which is just off the west end of the Charles Bridge and would...
  10. Thread: Uniqlo

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    Got one of those $39 sale ULD parkas in medium. ...

    Got one of those $39 sale ULD parkas in medium. I always wear medium shirts and jackets and it fits just fine. It is kinda weird though; a friend has a large of the same coat and it's only slightly...
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    Excellent load out. If I had to travel that much...

    Excellent load out. If I had to travel that much for work, I'd use that list for sure. The Surface/1520 pair is the best for travel!
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    I wish my 12 y.o. Brain Bag had the water bottle...

    I wish my 12 y.o. Brain Bag had the water bottle clip of the newer one and the silver zippers of mine aren't as sleek as the black zippers are, but I wouldn't trade it for a new one, ever; too many...
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    From earlier trips: 3 out of 4 9227 From...

    From earlier trips: 3 out of 4

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    From the top of the Palazzo Vecchio tower
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    Torino in the spring, I'm thinking...
  14. Thread: Uniqlo

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    A Brit friend introduced me to Uniqlo. She says...

    A Brit friend introduced me to Uniqlo. She says they're real popular there. Looking forward to getting my down parka from them.
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    I just got introduced to Uniqlo and have an...

    I just got introduced to Uniqlo and have an ultralight down parka on the way. These are perfect for light, compact packing. It's purchased specifically for our week in Paris in Feb. Thankfully, I...
  16. The bag is important, but what goes in it is...

    The bag is important, but what goes in it is equally so. I've been using a BrainBag for years. Originally, I got it for a mammoth laptop, brick, assorted cables, etc. My clothes went in another...
  17. My Contigo 16oz West Loop autoseal travel mug...

    My Contigo 16oz West Loop autoseal travel mug with coffee or sunglasses or waterbottle.
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    With an even more belated reply... Darcy, thank...

    With an even more belated reply... Darcy, thank you for confirming this with his family for me. I can understand the magicalness of this place. We had an amazing day driving the loop in the...
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    Ha, true. Well, most TB'rs are travelers and so...

    Ha, true. Well, most TB'rs are travelers and so that's kinda what we do, eh? Take our TB bags to far flung places and take pics of them ... 'cept Bob, he painted his. And a damn fine artist, too! ...
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    From a visit last year: 8711

    From a visit last year: 8711
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    Stalking Bob...

    I'm pretty sure I've found it:

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    San Giacomo - Val Gardena - Dolomites, Italy

    Drove up there a couple weeks ago.

    Now all I have to do it visit Torino.
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    I know what you mean. The BB was my first TB and...

    I know what you mean. The BB was my first TB and it's still my favorite. You'll be enjoying yours for years to come.
  23. I've had my Aeronaut for a few years now and...

    I've had my Aeronaut for a few years now and considered the same thing early on. Glad I didn't though because I've begun using them since I do a lot more walking with it now (one bagging). Real...
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    I usually travel with my Aeronaut with...

    I usually travel with my Aeronaut with shoes/clothes/toiletries and my CP with all my tech/water/munchies/documents. The stuffed Aeronaut had no problem fitting in the overhead of a CJR. Prior to...
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    I just used mine and it was loaded pretty close...

    I just used mine and it was loaded pretty close to the 10 kg limit and the straps didn't have a problem. Granted I've only used mine a couple times; usually I use my Absolute on one shoulder.
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