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Winter packing lists

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I'm going to be travelling to Europe (particularly the UK, France, Germany and Russia) this time next year for about three months. Some of this time might be spent going over to the US (probably about a month max.) and I want to pack light (carryon only). Basically, to be allowed to carryon, my luggage has to weigh less than 15 lbs (I'm Australian and they have checked my weights when I travelled within the country).

To put it in perspective, I'm from Queensland, where the current temperatures have been in the high 80s to low 90s, and get hotter over Christmas. I was thinking that the best option may be to buy a coat over there since shops around me don't seel things for weather that cold.

Does anyone have any hints and tips about packing for winter travel and still keeping to one carryon size bag only?

Cheers,
Kaylan
(Internet conversion tools are my friend)

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