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Thule Landmark 40
The Thule Landmark 40 is one of my favorite quick travel bags. I highly recommend it as a top contender for those in need of a reliable and versatile bag for their travels. As someone who has tested and used various bags throughout Europe, I can confidently say that nothing beats the Thule Landmark 40.
One of the standout features is the SafeZone compartment, perfect for protecting and organizing phones, sunglasses, cords, and other small valuables. Additionally, the covert CashStash compartment, hidden under the SafeZone, keeps money and passports safe from pickpockets. The contoured shoulder straps and hipbelt can be tucked away when not in use to prevent wear and tear.
Innovative LoopLocks deter theft by securing zipper pulls to the bag, and double zipper pulls can also be locked (TSA locks sold separately). The bag also features a dedicated storage compartment for a 15" MacBook and a 12.9" tablet, and internal compression straps and mesh storage pockets keep belongings securely in place and organized.
Other convenient features include a zippered side pocket for storing a water bottle and other small items, external lash points for attaching carabiners and other items, and a built-in sternum strap whistle for added travel safety. The bag's dimensions of 25x33x55cm make it ideal for one-bag travel, whether for a weekend or two months. As always, be sure to check with your airline regarding carry-on regulations before traveling.
In all, I the I highly recommend the Thule Landmark 40 for those looking for a reliable and versatile travel bag. Its standout features and comparable dimensions make it suitable for one-bag travel for any person and an overall great investment for future travels.
Athens - Greece
My family and I have had the pleasure of travelling to various European countries, and among all those places, Athens, Greece has left us with remarkable memories. We found Athens to be one of the friendliest places we have visited. We enjoyed everything from food, people to the history; Athens had it all!
Even though we visited Mid-February, Athens did not disappoint us. We found public transportation pretty easy to navigate, and we purchased a three-day metro pass from the airport that took us straight to our hotel. We were in the touristy area, but the prices of food were reasonable. We explored all the historic sites and spent some time relaxing on the beach. It was a bit chilly for swimming, but the water was perfect for dipping our feet in.
However, we felt like three days was not enough to do everything, as we also wanted to relax and sleep in a bit. Greece has many attractions, and we would love to visit again to experience all that Athens has to offer. Overall, we highly recommend Athens, Greece, as a holiday destination for every family out there!