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Paris for 7 days in March. Carry on only?

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I'm traveling to Paris in the end of March with my Grandparents. I'm only 18 and I haven't done much travelling in my life, but they are very seasoned travelers and they seem to be very concerned that I will lose my checked luggage between changing planes in Salt Lake City. It's not a matter of the cost of checking my bag because on Delta the first bag is free.

Do you think it is even remotely possible to pack heavy winter clothes for a week (plus room for things that I will purchase there) in a carry on? (The limit for Delta is 22x14x9, which seems extremely small).

And how common is it really for luggage to be lost between flights? Should I be more concerned than I am?


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