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I read an article today about the impact the Inauguration is having on the metro DC area, particularly hotel rates. People are even renting out their homes, apartments, bedrooms, etc. for huge amounts of money (highest was $57,000 for a week. Kinda like during the Olympics in ATL and SLC.

 

Seems places as far away as PA are booking solid. Rates at hotels, if you can find a vacancy, are through the roof and non-refundable.

 

So I was curious if anyone was planning on making the trip to DC for the big event and what your experience has been with the logistics.

 

Also, are any of the locals considering renting out their places or rooms to visitors?

 

I have already secured my lodging and thought it might be fun to toss out an idea to some working boys. I'm interested in everyones feedback.

 

I'm exploring the possibility of sharing my room (1 br suite, king bed, very nice hotel) with a working boy for either a very discounted rate and/or exchange of services. They could still take appts for out calls only. Just thinking about it right now.

 

Please reply or PVT msg me with your thoughts.

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Throughout Washington, various parties will be gathering to divide up the spoils of government. Different departments will be on sale and numerous people will be bidding for jobs in the new government. So why not a few local homeowners and escorts sharing in the wealth? After all, the government has trillions to hand out. How many hands will be in the till?

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I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would want to be in DC for the inauguration. I hate crowds. You can probably see more on your TV in the warm comfort of your own home so why set yourself up to be ripped off by people trying to make $$$?

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I'm not a real crowd person either.

 

Just to clarify my original post, I will not be attending the Inauguration nor had I hoped to. My company scheduled a meeting in DC the same time it was happening, otherwise, I'd be working from home and watching it on TV.

 

But since I will be there, and with hotel rooms scarce and prices high, I thought it might be cool to have some fun and at the same time give someone else an opportunity to be in DC without forking out $500-$1000+/nt for a room.

 

I booked my room a while back, and when I looked up the hotel today, the same room had gone up by over $400/nt! Crazy.

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I share your hatred of crowds, but every citizen should experience it. Once.

 

(I've done two of 'em, but only because I was working.)

 

It's a lot like spending Independence Day on the mall in DC. Everyone should do it. Once. ;-) (This one I've done 3 times, mostly because of visitors.)

 

Sadly, it just isn't in the cards to give EVERY citizen the opportunity to participate in either so I can't begrudge or discourage anyone who CAN attend.

 

It really is worth the unique feeling of being part of a live event that will be recorded in history books. We don't all get that opportunity.

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Thanks, Anton. I think this could be a great opportunity for any working guys who might want to see clients in DC, or just be part of a historic event and go see as much of the activities as possible.

 

Currently, I'm checking to see what the level of interest is and then I will be in touch with everyone to find who would be the best fit for the both of us and then work out the details. I think it could be great fun for all involved!

 

So to all the working guys out there, if a free room in exchange for some of your time sounds appealing, please let me know. I'll be happy to answer any other questions you have as well.

 

I'll probably confirm everything about two weeks prior to the Inauguration.

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Regarding the inauguration itself, you must have a ticket for that, and they are only available from representatives of Congress.

 

Of course, most of the inauguration parties are open to anyone who can afford the ticket price, and the inauguration parade is free.

 

...Hoover

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Guest ReturnOfS

>I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would want

>to be in DC for the inauguration. I hate crowds. You can

>probably see more on your TV in the warm comfort of your own

>home so why set yourself up to be ripped off by people trying

>to make $$$?

 

Come on Zipperzone, you aren't serious, are you?

 

People have diverse likes.

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>I think they want to be a part of history and to have that

>group experience...sharing in the joy and hope the country

>(the world) is finally feeling after 8 years of fear and hate.

>

 

I can't afford to make the trip. But, if I could I would do it for exactly the reasons you suggest. Thanks for expressing outstanding sentiments.

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>>Also, are any of the locals considering renting out their

>>places or rooms to visitors?

>>

>

>It did cross my mind

 

It isn't too late.

 

Pick up the yellow pages and find a property manager specializing in vacation rentals. (There will likely be dozens.)

 

They'll handle all the screening and the contracts -- and making sure you don't get an axe murderer -- for you.

 

A couple of days of inconvenience (for you) might pay for a vacation in Rio. You won't be able to do it next year.

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you must have read my mind

I would not miss this event for anything

I booked my flight today and posted an ad on Craigslist in erotic service section(which by the way has been really a lot better since they now charge to post for escorts) I received 30 responses from some very great guys there

I choose the first guy because he was serious and fair minded and well located kind and inviting.

so for a nice dinner and an overnight encounter I have a comfortable place to stay in Dupont Circle (and a back up plan if something goes wrong)and will do out calls while I am there.

for a week

not bad considering the cost of a hotel for a week is over 5800 bucks and only 1 hotel has any rooms left

I dont know what I am going to do the day of the event but I want to go and take my video camera and hang out and experience this historic day with great happiness and Joy!! .......and

believe me i will work really hard "HARD " & also i intend to brave the crowds and see the swearing in ceremony.

If anyone else is going give me a call maybe we can hang out together

It will be my 1st time in DC since I was a little boy.

 

:-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) :-)

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Guest zipperzone

>>I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would

>want

>>to be in DC for the inauguration. I hate crowds. You can

>>probably see more on your TV in the warm comfort of your

>own

>>home so why set yourself up to be ripped off by people

>trying

>>to make $$$?

>

>Come on Zipperzone, you aren't serious, are you?

>

>People have diverse likes.

 

Yes I know that and good for them. I just said I couldn't "understand" why people would be willing to join a crowd scene and get ripped off to boot. I hope they all enjoy themselves.

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Hmmm if enough working guys make the trip, we might have a quorum to be able to run a session of the Congressional male escort caucus!

 

Guess we should start taking suggestions for the meeting agenda and venue. I think we've got the entertainment covered.

 

Enjoy your trip to DC David, it's a fantastic place to visit. Dress warm!

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>It's a lot like spending Independence Day on the mall in DC.

>Everyone should do it. Once.

 

... passing thru a metal detector to watch the fireworks on the Mall on July 4th. Done. Checked :+

 

It's funny that you mentioned that, Deej, because I was in Washington, D.C. on Election Night this year

and I'll be back in DC for Inauguration in January ... making history.

 

I must have been an American in my previous life :-)

 

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I am sure Barney Frank will be more then Happy to help you out with the details!

I have no idea what his fees would be for the his services.

Maybe a deal can be worked out with him as well.

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