An Irishman in New York

Traveling, whether it is done for business or pleasure, can be a lot of fun. When you travel, you get to know new people and new places, something you would never be able to do at home. Traveling broadens horizons and makes our lives more interesting. If you travel for business, you can still have a lot of fun with it provided that you know how to enjoy yourself.

For many years now, the United States have been a great country to travel to. The country is so huge that it would take a person a very long time to visit all major tourist attractions that can be found there. With all the tourist hotspots, all an Irishman has to do is to fill an ESTA Visa Waiver and start packing his belongings. There are a few dozens of countries in the world like Ireland or UK that don’t need a visa in order to travel for less than 90 days.

I am glad that for citizens from countries such as Ireland or UK traveling to the US is so easy. After all, those three countries have a lot in common, and it would be such a shame to limit their citizens in any way. The 90 day requirement is the limitation here, but who needs a vacation that is longer than 90 days? Usually, people travel for no more than 20 days, which gives them enough time to rest from their everyday activities such as work or taking care of their family.

I believe that it is smart for anybody from outside the US to visit this country at least once in his lifetime. The country is a very unique one and those who come there are rarely disappointed. The state of Florida is probably my personal favorite, so I encourage everyone to visit it some day.


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