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shower shoes - what kind and where do I find them?

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I'll be staying in some budget hotels on my upcoming trip to France. Although I think I've done my homework and picked hotels that will be clean, I'd still like to bring some kind of shower shoe just in case. Besides, lots of hotels don't have a shower curtain and bathroom ends up all wet.

So my question is...where do I get a pair of very lightweight (trying to carryon only) shower shoes that won't take up lots of space in my luggage. (I don't want a heavy rubber flip flop kind of thing) Thanks in advance for any ideas/advice.

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