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Airports in Memphis
Memphis International Airport serves the city of Memphis in Tennessee,
U.S.A. This civil-military airport is situated nearly 11.2 kilometers away
from the city's center. It is owned & operated by Memphis-Shelby County
Airport Authority. The airport serves as a hub for FedEx Express and
Southern Airways Express. It offers both passenger as well as cargo
services to several domestic & international destinations. These
include the destinations of Austin, Toronto, Las Vegas, Los Angeles,
Charlotte, Dallas, New York, Houston, Newark, and more. The airport is well
connected to the nearby areas through several modes of transportation.
Rental cars, ride sharing, taxis and limo, and area shuttles are some of
Explore Los Angeles
The city of Los Angeles in California, is known as the "Entertainment
Capital of the World" due to its film & entertainment industry. There
are numerous attractions here which are worth visiting. Visit the museums
here to explore the history, art, & culture of the city and the area.
If you want to indulge in high-end shopping, then head to the Rodeo Drive
or Sunset Boulevard. Visit the Farmers Market to see and taste the fresh
produce of the region. Apart from these, one can head to any of its several
beaches for some peace. Whereas, Universal Studios & Disneyland should
not be missed by those travelling with kids & family.
Things to Do in Los Angeles
The Original Farmers Market
The Los Angeles Farmers Market first started in 1934 as a very modest
affair that sprung from the hardships created by the Great Depression. At
the height of the economic depression, eighteen farmers came together and
set up stalls on a piece of open land near Wilshire Boulevard to sell their
produce direct to the consumer. Initially a true fruit and vegetable market
it has grown over the years. Today, there are not only fruit, vegetable,
and food-stands but also restaurants & specialty shops. One can find
everything from jewelry and candles to kitchenware and toys.
Santa Monica is a unique destination that has a population that ranges from
surfers, skateboarders, and yoga devotees to techies and business people.
The beautiful stretch of golden sand along the coast and the famous Santa
Monica Pier, with its iconic Ferris wheel, are what most tourists come to
enjoy. Apart from these, one can find all kinds of experiences in this
beachfront area including a full range of options, from quirky and vintage
stores to high-end boutiques.
The Long Beach borders Los Angeles to the south, about 20 miles from
downtown Los Angeles and extends along San Pedro Bay. This is another
community in the Los Angeles area that is worth exploring. Located here are
the historic Queen Mary ocean liner (now converted into a hotel and
museum), the Aquarium of the Pacific, and the Museum of Latin America.
Best Time to Fly to Los Angeles
The best times to visit Los Angeles are from March-May and
September-November. During these months, the weather is good, and crowds
are less. If you are looking for deals, consider a winter trip. Just make
sure to pack an umbrella, since you are bound to experience some rainfall
in January and February.