Celebration in Washington, DC

These youtube videos still make me cry (can't believe it's been a week since election day). Here are the crowds that were outside on Election Night. Fun times. And check the diversity. I am SO proud to be an American right now!

U Street:

16th Street - Outside the White House at 3a.m. November 5th:

But What Happens Now? Well, lets see (note: this is a video from my super republican co-worker - HATER, lol):

Obama Win Causes Obsessive Supporters To Realize How Empty Their Lives Are


uglyblackjohn November 11, 2008 at 7:05 PM  

What's there to do in DC in twelve hours? I'm looking into chartering a bus to see Obama take the oath. We'll only be in town from 7am to 7pm. What are the definate must sees.

brightstarr November 16, 2008 at 7:42 AM  

When are you coming this way uglyblackjohn? For the inauguration? I'd say definitely hit up U Street (nice restaurants and lounges), Adams Morgan (again nice shops and bars). But if you're here for the inauguration, you should probably start camping out downtown early - you won't have much time in general to do much else but party in the street with millions of other people.

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