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Need suggestions for travel gift for student studying abroad

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Hello! My daughter will be leaving in January to study in Vienna for the semester - she will be there from January to end of May. She's a college sophomore and will be taking classes in art history and architecture, along with German and a music class. I'm so jealous!

She has a birthday in a few weeks and of course Christmas is coming up. Obviously her main gift is paying the tuition for this program, but I'm looking for suggestions on gifts that could be especially useful while she is traveling and studying in Vienna.

She has good luggage and already has international power adapters/transformers, so those ideas are out. She's limiting what she's taking and doesn't need a lot of new clothes, but anything particularly useful would be good.

I'd welcome any suggestions for things you think might make a good gift for a student planning to be in Europe for a semester.

Thanks!

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