Housing Options: The Great Outdoors
The Post's Fredrick Kunkle reports today on a rather unique housing option for people attending the inaugural. Kunkle writes:
With hotel rooms booking up fast, visitors who want to witness President-elect Barack Obama's historic inauguration are snapping up spots at campgrounds in Washington's suburbs and as far away as West Virginia, reserving unheated cabins, renting RVs and inquiring whether it would be feasible to camp in a tent.
Read the full story here.
David A Nakamura
November 15, 2008; 1:23 PM ET
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