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Airports in San Diego
San Diego International Airport is the main airport serving the city of San Diego, California. It is an international airport situated around 4.8 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned & operated by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. It is a focus city for Alaska Airlines & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger and cargo services are offered by the airport to domestic and international destinations. These include San Jose, London, Tokyo, Calgary, Mexico City, Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via public transportation, rental cars, taxis, ride shares, shuttles, and more.
The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu acts as an entry point for majority of visitors. The city can be roughly divided into 3 areas - Pearl Harbor, Downtown, and Waikiki. The downtown area is packed with several museums, statues, and historical buildings. Waikiki is the peninsula with a beautiful stretch of soft-sand beach. Most of the restaurants, hotels, and shops from the rest of the Hawaii can be found here. The major part of the city is covered by the Pearl Harbour. Located here are naval and military bases and the Honolulu Airport. Some of the worth watching attractions in the city include Iolani Palace, Bishop Museum, Mission Houses Museum, Botanical Gardens, Queen Emma Summer Palace, and more.
Things to Do in Honolulu
Iolani Palace is an impressive neo-classical building, completed in 1882 for King Kalakaua. It is the official residence of Hawaii's monarchy. The building has been restored to its former glory and is a great place to experience Hawaiian history. The palace was the residence of Hawaii's royalty until they were deposed by American settlers in 1893. It then served as the state capitol until the modern one was constructed in 1969. The palace was restored in the 1970s and opened as a museum in 1978. The interior boasts elaborate wood paneling and carving of native woods like Koa and several imported species. The throne room still has the original carved throne and chandelier. Stained glass and elaborate decorations grace the facade.
Queen Emma Summer Palace
The white colonial mansion, built in 1848, was a summer home for King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma. The museum contains koa furniture and quilts as well as Emma's wedding dress.
The house consists of six rooms, with the one across the back added in 1865 to accommodate the Duke of Edinburgh during his visit. The room's highlight is a Gothic curved glass cabinet given by Queen Victoria for the wedding of the royal couple.
Bishop Museum, Hawaii's state museum contains one of the best collections of Polynesian arts and artifacts in the state. On display is an important collection of the feathered royal standards (kahilis) which essentially served as flags for past royalty. Hawaiian feathered capes and helmets are other highlights. Also of note is a large collection of artifacts from the South Pacific, and objects brought by the Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Portuguese, German and other early settlers. Natural history exhibits, including whaling artifacts, complete the museum.
Best Time to Fly to Honolulu
September-November, Fall Season, are the best months to visit the city of Honolulu. The weather during these months remains pleasant and the city is less crowded. Winter is the peak season as travelers from various parts of Northern Hemisphere visit here to escape cold