crashtheinauguration.com

Written By: - Date published: 10:42 am, January 10th, 2009 - 3 comments
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Via SwissMiss:

CrashTheInauguration.com, an online Inauguration guide created by AirBedAndBreakfast.com, is connecting last minute travelers with accommodations in Washington DC. Individuals or groups can easily rent an airbed, couch, private bedroom, or entire place for as little as $45/night. Already visitors from throughout the United States, and even European countries, are booking Inauguration accommodations directly online through the service. Over 800 local residents have listed rooms on the site for what’s being called the ‘Woodstock of Washington’.

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3 comments on “crashtheinauguration.com”

  1. infused 1

    Better one is couch surfing. Invented years ago and it’s free. http://www.couchsurfing.com/

  2. yawn 2

    And why do we give a fat rats about some aging boomer hippies in the US trying to recreated Woodstock (even though these are the geeks who didnt go first time round)?

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