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Lightest wheeled carry-on + winter clothing

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I'm going to Budapest, Prague, Vienna and Berlin in November for 2 weeks, and would love to take just one carry-on. I'm 63, so the weight of the carryon is an issue for me. That's why I think wheeled is the best choice for me. I've looked at a lot of lightweight carry-ons but it's so hard to determine which one is best in terms of weight and being able to pack for 2 weeks.

Also, does anyone have experience with the weather in those places in November? I'd rather not take a bulky winter coat, and am hoping that silk underwear, a shirt, sweater and jacket will be enough to keep me warm. We will be outside most of the days. Will I need a raincoat in addition?

I'd be grateful for any advice.

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