What’s Hot This Summer: America’s Independence Day

Symbolizing the independence from Great Britain, an event that took place in 1776, the Fourth of July or the Independence Day is the national day of the United States, a federal holiday celebrated with fireworks, barbeques, parades, concerts, family reunions and various fairs all over the American territory.

USA flag
The USA Flag

Since I live in Europe and have no chances to celebrate the Independence Day, unless I buy myself a scarf with the American flag and watch Will Smith fighting the aliens, I decided to bring my contribution here by revealing some of the things I love about America.

I love New York! Even if I never had the chance to visit the Big Apple, this is one of my greatest dreams and I know that one day I’ll be there, probably spending my Christmas.

I love The New York Times! For me, there’s nothing more complex in terms of newspapers than The New York Times. Moreover, I would love so badly to have a printed version of it, that I am almost sure I would put it in a frame.

I love the American Flag! Maybe it’s silly, but I really love the American flag, the colors and everything.

I love Las Vegas’ vibe! Who doesn’t?

I love cheesecake! I’m pretty sure I could live my entire life only with cheesecake. I’m not sure if this is an American product, though, but I know they celebrate National Cheesecake Day on July 30.

I love Starbucks!

I love Broadway!

I love Obama! It would take me too much time to explain why.

I love the American patriotism! It seems that everyone is proud to be American.

I love their traditions regarding the prom!

I love Manhattan!

I love Central Park!

I love Top Gun!

I love the way motivational speeches are taken seriously there.

I love Levi’s jeans!

I love Google and I don’t know if I can survive without it!

Happy Birthday America!