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European power strip for use in Italy

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Hi all,
In the early planning stages for our 7th trip to Rome and new ventures into the Maremma region of Tuscany (along with perennial favorite Venice). We have borrowed and occasionally used a power strip on previous trips to aid in charging multiple things at once (nothing that is a big power draw like a hair dryer or iron). We noticed that the plug fit Into some of the outlets but has never fit in Rome and Tuscany was spotty. The prongs seemed too large. Can anyone recommend a purchaseable-from-the-US power strip that has the correct prong size for Rome? I would never want to overload the circuit, but even in apartments, we have often only had one outlet and it would be nice to be able to plug in and charge the baby monitor and have the white noise machine (a small travel alarm clock) plugged in for our special needs toddler.
Thanks,
TA

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