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Get Your Mitts On Baseball History at the Inn At Cooperstown

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If you’ve ever wanted a close-up with your baseball team’s history, this January is your chance. The Inn at Cooperstown is getting into the swing of things in 2015 with a new partnership with the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Kansas City Airport Sells Local Art Via Vending Machine

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There's a new way to experience local flavor at the Kansas City airport. A recently installed vending machine in Terminal B dispenses not food but products made by local artisans. 

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SFO’s New Centurion Lounge First for West Coast

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American Express is extending its network of luxury airport lounges. With Centurion Lounge locations in Las Vegas, New York's LaGuardia Airport, and Dallas/Fort Worth, the newest addition opened at San Francisco International Airport—the first on the West Coast.

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Spas to Visit Now: Island Spa Catalina

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Situated off the L.A. coast, Catalina has long been a favorite escape, so it's no surprise to see a destination spa open on the island. Island Spa Catalina is part of a $40 million revitalization plan for Catalina Island. 

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Sailing Shakeup: America’s Cup Heads to Bermuda in 2017


Bermuda will be flaunting its sea legs on the world's stage, as it will play host to the 2017 America’s Cup. It was announced Tuesday that the island nation beat out San Diego for the honor, which has hosted the yacht sailing race three times before.

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Renovation Plans Moving Ahead for Venice's Jewish Ghetto

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German-Jewish designer Diane von Furstenberg recently announced she will help launch a $12 million project to restore Venice's Jewish Ghetto.

She joins real estate investor Joseph Sitt and the Venetian Heritage Council, the philanthropist group funding the restoration. Once completed in 2016, the area will also become a UNESCO World Heritage site, which coincides with the ghetto’s 500th anniversary. 

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Dana Point Brightens Holiday Nights in SoCal

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The Southern California community of Dana Point, just a few miles down the road from Laguna Beach, is putting on a massive, radiant display of holiday light sculptures.

Dana Point's Illuminocean features 18 oversized sea-life sculptures as well as moving light tunnels. Altogether the show has over 500,000 LED bulbs to enjoy, and is free for the public—travelers and locals alike—to view through January 4th, 2015.

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Hot Cocoa Cart Pops Up at the Mark

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The Mark Hotel is at it again. After its quirky pedi-cab service in the summer, the hotel is launching a special holiday treat, just in time for Thanksgiving. The Mark Cocoa Kiosk will offer a special recipe with Jean-Georges Cocoa, no less, with a dollop of whipped cream and Valrhona dark chocolate shavings, complimentary to hotel guests.

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Book Now for Hotel Week LA and NYC

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Always dreamed of staying in a city's “it” hotel? You're in luck: Hotel Week is coming, and it's slated to be bigger than ever before. Created in 2010, the traditionally NYC-based program delivers discounts on luxe accomodations to help boost hotel occupancy post-holidays. This year, the West Coast is getting something to shout about as Hotel Week debuts in Los Angeles, offering access to the city's trendiest hotels for a fraction of the price.

Hotel Week LAis scheduled to last from Nov. 29-Dec. 14, 2014. New York's version will take place Jan. 3-18, 2015. We've picked our favorite hotels on offer—all you have to do is mark your calendar.

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“Eataly per Duomo” Brings Centuries-Old Sculptures to NYC’s Italian Flagship

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This week, Eataly New York debuted a few new staples in their marketplace. This time, it’s not Italian fare, but Italian history. A collection of sculptures were carefully extracted from Milan’s most famous building, il Duomo di Milano, and transported to New York for display on the premises.

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