What size luggage??

Old Feb 15th, 2013, 09:59 AM
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Pack LIGHT but pack RIGHT :

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What size luggage??
Posted by: AlyssaSchneids on Feb 13, 13 at 9:11pm
Right now I have a 28" suitcase. Is that too much? Keep in mind I'm a 19 year old girl so I'll be bringing quite a bit of clothes/shoes/beauty products.
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My 22 year old daughter packed a 28" suitcase for a trip to Europe a few years ago. I was the beast of burden getting it to the airline check-in counter. It weighed 49.5 pounds, just under the 50 pound limit. She doesn't use it anymore. The handle broke and she says it was too heavy. Now she uses a 21" roller.
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