The Great Hunger in Ireland between 1845 and 1849 lead to the emigration of a huge number of Irish immigrants to America, and nothing is much more obvious than how America celebrates St. Patrick’s Day which is held on March 17, annually.
Rugby is a huge part of the Irish culture; it’s no surprise the Ireland National Rugby team is ranked second in the world.
With more than 35 million Americans reporting Irish heritage, it’s no wonder that St. Patrick’s Day is a huge national event in cities across the nation.
Dublin Airport is a modern, sleek airport with hundreds of national and international flights daily. The airport has expanded massively over the past few years and as such the facilities, services and procedures have developed year-on-year.
Have you flown to the United States from another country? If yes, then I’m sure that you’re accustomed to the monotonous process of immigration clearing and customs.