4th of July, America’s Independence Day

Each year throughout the United States, Americans celebrate Independence Day, which is a national holiday commemorating their independence from England in 1776.

Next week is the start of the 4th of July weekend; many people will be traveling around the country during this holiday. The most common activity during the Fourth of July is to watch a fireworks show. Other activities like attending parades, having picnics and barbecues are also popular.

For international students in the USA, this is a great chance to experience a unique American holiday. Use the long holiday weekend to take a road trip to a major US city where the firework shows are usually more spectacular. If you are traveling into the US, make sure you have a good travel insurance policy that would be able to cover you on your travels.

Posted by ahoontrakul

Originally from Thailand, Apinant grew up in the United States and has extensive international experience traveling throughout Asia, Australia, North America and Europe. He has lived, studied and worked abroad in China, England, Taiwan and Thailand. Apinant is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Masters in International Business and a Bachelors of Science in Business Management.

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Kenna Bambach says:

I really like your writing style, fantastic info, appreciate it for putting up :D. “Freedom is the emancipation from the arbitrary rule of other men.” by Mortimer Adler.

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