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Airports in Minneapolis
Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport is a public use civil-military
international airport serving the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A.
Situated within the Hennepin County, the airport lies approximately 16
kilometers away from the city's center. Serving as a home to the
Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport Joint Air Reserve Station, it
is a hub for Delta Air Lines and Sun County Airlines. Metropolitan Airports
Commission owns and manages the airport. The airport offers passenger &
cargo services to both domestic & international destinations including
San Francisco, Dallas, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Paris, Cancun, London, Tokyo,
Amsterdam, and more. Passengers can easily commute to and from the airport
using taxis, Uber, van & shuttle services, public bus services, and
Miami Beach caters to the moneyed crowd. At upscale shopping centers like
Lincoln Road Mall and renowned spas (Agua Spa at the Delano is a favorite),
residents and visitors spend boat loads for decadent experiences and
comfortable clothing. Night owls shell out hundreds on drinks at dance
clubs and bars. Sophisticated types observe the art deco architecture and
stop by the Bass Museum of Art in the afternoons. Relaxing on the sand is
truly the best free activity. Most cost-conscious visitors spend their days
lounging on the beach or swimming, surfing and kayaking in the Atlantic
Ocean. Also, don’t forget to stop by the very moving Holocaust Memorial.
Miami is one of South Florida’s premier
vacation destinations, with beaches, great weather, history, culture,
sports, and entertainment. Downtown Miami, separated from the Atlantic
Ocean by the Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach, is a modern metropolis and
cultural treasure trove. From the museums to the streets of Little Havana,
you can always find plenty of things to do. Across the bay, Miami Beach,
with it is Art Deco District, fantastic stretch of beachfront, and fun
vibe, is a must-see in the area. Outside the city, but nearby, is
Everglades National Park, known for its unique ecosystem and wildlife.
Things to Do in Miami
Bayfront Park, on the east side of Biscayne Boulevard, is a 32-acre green
space, adjacent to the Bayside Marketplace. The park has several
interesting monuments and sculptures. One of the unique features is the
electronically controlled Pepper Fountain. Other highlights include the
Challenger Memorial, commemorating the crew of the Challenger spacecraft;
the Light Tower, an amphitheater used for musical performances of all
kinds; and a children’s playground. Locals often come here just to run or
walk on the paved trails.
Fruit & Spice Park
Established in 1944, this unique tropical botanical garden is nestled in
the heart of the Redland District, just 35 miles south of Downtown Miami.
More than 500 varieties of exotic fruits, herbs, spices and nuts from
throughout the world are found in this lush 39-acre park. Open daily except
Thanksgiving and Christmas Day 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Key Biscayne and Crandon Park
South, beyond Miami Beach and over the Rickenbacker Causeway, is Key
Biscayne, a small community with lovely beaches and beautiful parks. Of
note is Crandon Park with an offshore reef that leaves the shoreline
protected from big waves and perfect for swimming. The park has a Family
Amusement Center, making it particularly popular with families, and a
Nature Center. There is generally ample parking, good facilities, chair
rentals available, and lifeguards on duty.
Best Time to Fly to Miami
The best time to visit Miami Beach is between March and May when the sun
shines with temperatures in the high 70s and low 80s during the day. Apart
from the gorgeous weather, a spring visit allows you to sidestep the peak
winter rates. This part of Florida enjoys a subtropical climate, meaning it
is usually warm year-round and a bit rainy.