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    Default Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    I have planned a trip to Europe over the Christmas holiday this year, will be spending most of my time in Germany. Now the question is, what one bottle do I take? Feel free to browse my wardrobe, I am limiting myself to one bottle to keep my baggage compact and minimize breakage risks. How do European tastes differ from American (and keep it civil.....)?

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    fountain
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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    SirWill: your wardrobe doesn't show

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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    Tough question, since, like above, I see no wardrobe. Also, don't know the weather in Germany too well. I know that Spain is mostly rainy, and almost like the equivalant of our American spring during December. So, who knows? Burberry, YSL, etc. etc.

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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    Do what I do when I travel. Get some 5ml plastic atomizers and bring whatever the heck you want

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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    Dior Homme Intense or with a bit of luck, La Nuit de L´Homme EDP.
    Have fun!

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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    That is odd that my wardrobe is not showing, I just checked and I DO NOT have it set to private. Odd, but then again I have been unable to visit the site since posting this update. Rather than viewing my wardrobe, do as easyfish did and just suggest anything!

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    Default Re: Christmas vacation to Europe, what to take?

    Azzaro Pour Homme Elixir

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