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A Rockport brew package to a cheese-making workshop

Cheese making at Mountain Goat Lodge, Colorado.

Cheese making at Mountain Goat Lodge, Colorado.

HERE

BREW PACKAGE IN ROCKPORT

Missed Octoberfest in Munich? Stop crying in your beer and head to Rockport for a hops-filled experience at Emerson Inn by the Sea. The Cape Ann Fisherman’s Brew Package includes two nights’ accommodations in your choice of room category, two Fisherman’s Brews delivered to your room upon arrival, a tour of the Cape Ann Brewing Co., $25 gift certificate for the Cape Ann Brew Pub, two Cape Ann Brewing pint glasses, and more. Must be reserved in advance. Prices drop from $179 to $115.50 per person, per night, double occupancy Nov. 1; valid through 2013. 978-546-6321, www.emersoninnbythesea.com

ROCKTOBERFEST IN VERMONT

Celebrate fall along Lake Champlain at Rocktoberfest, a rollicking event featuring beer, bacon, and bands on Oct. 19. The overnight Rocktoberfest Package at the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes offers festival entry and 50 tickets for food and drink samples including items such as maple candied bacon, bacon caramel corn, and bacon-wrapped Taylor Hill gouda Tater Tots; tickets for a narrated Escape Cruise; commemorative pint glasses, and more. The 700-acre resort boasts a lodge, cottages, gardens, and private golf course overlooking the lake. Rates from $459 for two nights, $279 for Saturday night only. 800-622-4000, www.basinharbor.com

THERE

ARMORY SHOW REDUX IN NEW YORK

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Step back in time at The Armory Show at 100: Modern Art and Revolution (Oct. 11-Feb. 23). Celebrating the centennial of the 1913 Armory Show in New York, an exhibition that introduced Americans to European avant-garde works, the New-York Historical Society is creating a unique historical experience, reuniting major works from the legendary exhibition by artists Marcel Duchamp, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, and more. Advance tickets are available online for specific time slots up to 30 days in advance. Adults $14-$18, children ages 5-13 $6, includes exhibit as well as all-day admission to museum. 212-873-3400, www.nyhis
tory.org

MAKE CHEESE IN COLORADO

At Mountain Goat Lodge, you not only share its 19 acres of rolling pastures with resident goats, you may also learn how to make cheese. A two-hour class includes an overview on goat husbandry, how to milk a goat, and a hands-on workshop to make two of the following: chevre, fresh mozzarella, feta, paneer, or a foolproof method for Greek-style yogurt. The rustic style, six-room bed-and-breakfast is located at the foot of the Sawatch Mountain Range in central Colorado, eight miles from historic Salida, 140 miles southwest of Denver. Room amenities include satellite TV, DVD, mini-fridge, private bath, log beds, and individual     balconies with mountain views. Classes $45 per person. Seasonal rates $110-$193. 719-539-7173, www.salidabedandbreakfast.com

PARIS EXHIBIT DEBUTS IN ATLANTA

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Aristide Maillol’s 1902-05 bronze “The Mediterranean”

The romance and beauty of Paris arrive at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art with the opening of “The Art of the Louvre’s Tuileries Garden” (Nov. 3-Jan.19). The exhibition explores the art, design, and evolution of the famed 63-acre garden and its impact on artists through the ages including French and American Impressionists such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Childe Hassam and photographers such as Eugène Atget and Henri Cartier-Bresson. The show features more than 100 works (Aristide Maillol’s 1902-05 bronze “The Mediterranean” pictured), some that have never traveled outside Paris, including large-scale sculptures created in the 17th-20th centuries, and paintings, photographs, and drawings. The exhibition travels to Toledo, Ohio (Feb. 13-May 11) and Portland, Ore. (June 14-Sept. 28). Adult $19.50, senior and student $16.50, ages 6-17 $12, under 5 free. 404-733-4400, www.high.org

EVERYWHERE

TRANSLATE TEXT WITH AN APP

For global travelers, communicating can be a challenge. With ABBYY’s Text
Grabber + Translator app you no longer have to carry a pocket dictionary or a separate electronic translator. Simply take a picture of the text you want translated from any source — signs, menus, newspapers, etc. — using an iOS or Android device. The app will translate the text to be read or saved for later, or it will read it out loud from one language into another for instant translations into 40 world languages. $5.99. www.abbyy.com/textgrabber

WOMEN’S TRAVEL UNDIES

SPairz, 100-percent cotton women’s underwear, are ideal for women on the go. Compressed into a package about the size of a business card or a package of gum, you can tuck them in your carry-on luggage, handbag, or gym bag, and never again be caught without a spare pair. These reusable, moderately high-cut briefs are available in sizes extrasmall to 3X. $10. 800-257-5941, www.spairz.com

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