If you are like so many who attended President Obama’s first inauguration in January 2009, you may have not felt as compelled to return to the nation’s capital for the second inauguration, because, well after all you’ve seen the first African American president sworn into office and it can only be history making once.

But that was until you realized Barack Obama’s second swearing in will actually take place on Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday. So now if you’re scrambling to figure out how to get to Washington, where to stay and what to do we have a few suggestions for you.

D.C. offers cosmopolitan adventures with diplomats and immigrants from every part of the globe, plus Washington, D.C.’s world-class museums, theater companies, art galleries, and performances of every kind.

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