Traveler’s Notes . . .
Yearning for more Picasso after viewing the show at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art? The California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco is showing more than 70 of the master’s works in “Picasso and the War Years: 1937-1945,” through Jan. 3. Information: (415) 863-3330. In Washington state, the Tacoma Art Museum displays “Ceramics From the Marina Picasso Collection,” 60 pieces from his granddaughter’s collection, through Jan. 10. Information: (253) 272-4258. . . . Pitching to business travelers, Hyatt is installing all-in-one machines that serve as printers for laptops, copiers and fax machines in about 90 hotels in North America. . . . Virginia’s 66th annual Historic Garden Week, which opens more than 250 homes, historic landmarks and gardens for tours, will be April 17 to 24. Information: (804) 644-7776. . . . The war on in-flight smoking hit some turbulence last month when Cyprus Airways shelved plans to introduce nonsmoking flights after cabin staff protested pilots being exempted. “Can you imagine how a passenger or a steward who is not allowed to smoke would feel if the cockpit door opened and all that smoke gushed out?” asked Costas Demetriou, who heads the staff union.