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US Electric Kettles (and converters) in Europe Hotels

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I posted this in the Tripadvisor forums and got *blasted* by one poster there...so I wanted to double check.

Is this type of Electric Kettle ok for use in European hotels, if I bring a converter/adapter?

http://www.amazon.com/Proctor-Silex-K2070Y-Electric-Kettle/dp/B00023XCWS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1362422353&sr=8-1&keywords=proctor+silex+electric+kettle

Alternatively, what about a small 3-cup rice cooker? My daughter has allergies to dairy/egg/peanuts and sometimes we need to make her soup if we can't find her stuff to eat during the day.

Thanks.

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