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Carrying a Bottle of Water

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How do locals carry a 500 ml bottle of water while walking around in Northern Europe? At home it would be in my purse but have downsized to a small neck type. I always have a small bottle with me.

My husband has a cross body container that holds a 750 ml size or fanny pack that he uses when we're being tourists in N.A. I read that fanny packs are an attraction for thieves so that's out.

A day pack for a hour or two stroll seems more than necessary.

We both drink lots of water so waiting until a restaurant isn't an option.

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