Travel ipod speakers - those might not seem like a necessity when you have an ipod and headphones, but they recharge your ipod and fill a hotel room with music when you take a bath or are working - and can create a fast party anywhere you want. The Logitech white portable speaker sets is $57.99 at Overstock.com, and the iboom speaker set in black is $92.99 at eCost.com.
A travel candle might seem a rather unnecessary item - but in fact, a nice smell and pretty light can make a trip more romantic and relaxed. And there are so many good smells and designs: The Green Tea and Ginger Essential Blend burns for 20 hours - on sale for $6.13 at Perfume.com. Paper Source has a peony travel tin candle for $4.50. Bergdorf Goodman has a basil candle travel collection for $80 that could make an urban trip more garden-like. I also like the Tea Travel Collection from Jo Malone at Neiman Marcus for $95.
Travel Blow Dryers- sure, you can drag out the giant hair dryer - but chances are, you might need a converter or adaptor for it in another country, and chances are, it's going to take up a whole lot of room. Small travel hair dryers are a great investment because you can keep them in your suitcase, they fold up, and they're small to begin with. The BaByliss Pink Turbo Dryer is $59.95 at Folica. But if you want one in Europe, go with the Travel Hair Dryer European 1200 watt for $35.00. If you want a less expesnive one, Revlon has a $14.82 one at Walmart with 1875 watts of power.
Happy Organized Travels!!!