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Hi, everyone. I'm looking for a cute tote style purse to take with me to San Diego. I want the kind that you can were diagonally so that I don't have to worry about it slipping. I just want one big enough for a guide book, wallet and camera. I would like to spend less than $50.
 

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Originally posted by nataliecmu+Apr 4 2005, 11:42 AM-->
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What do you think of these three?
Eagle Creek Guide Messenger Bag
Vagabond
Nomad

I think I like the first one best.  Plus it's the cheapest.
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I like the 1st and 3rd

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Yeah the second one I think is too bulky. I think I want something that is not as thick.
 

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thats a cute purse! i was just going to say to take a large backpack. i've tried taking a small backpack...but it doesnt fit anything. at least with my large backpack i can fit bags of clothes that i buy or cotton candy at themeparks.
 

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Originally posted by doctorcathy@Apr 4 2005, 05:39 PM
thats a cute purse!  i was just going to say to take a large backpack.  i've tried taking a small backpack...but it doesnt fit anything.  at least with my large backpack i can fit bags of clothes that i buy or cotton candy at themeparks. 

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I thought of taking a backpack but I know when we went to Europe it got to heavy. We ended up buying a large purse and using that. We also had one of those sling backpack. That also got heavy after awhile.
 
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