Ambassadors Presidential Inauguration Bus Trip

Presidential Inauguration

Chartered Bus Trip

January 18 - 21, 2009

First Come, First Serve


Luxury Chartered Bus Only

$175.00 before 12/02/08

$230.00 after 12/02/08

A Chance to Witness history as Barack Obama is inaugurated as

President of  the United States of America

Departure Date:  Sunday, January 18, 2009

Return Date:  Wednesday, January 21, 2009

 Deposit due by December 02, 2008 - $175.00

Deposit After December 02, 2008, 2008 - $230.00

 We will have a rooming list for our hotel rooms due to individuals attempting to book more than allowed.  Upon reserving your bus seat we will forward to you a booking and room list for your completion.   You will receive confirmation after your submission of these forms. 

 See the Hotel:

The Brand New Residence Inn Washington, DC/National Harbor is excited about the opportunity of having the opportunity to host  Excursions for You!

See the area:


Deposit due by November 17, 2008 - $150.00

Deposit After November 17, 2008 - $175.00



 First Come, First Serve Chartered Bus Only

$175.00 before 12/02/08

$225.00 after 12/02/08

A Chance to Witness history as Barack Obama is inaugurated as

President of  the United States of America

*Due to limited hotel rooms and bus seats all deposits are non-refundable

Space is Very Very Limited!!! Most Hotels are Sold Out up to 50 miles Out of D.C.!!!  We have a limited  

Reserve Today Online!!!

Sorry, no checks!  Credit Cards or Debit Cards only!

Hotel  up to Quad Occupancy

  *includes tax (not N.Y. rate) until 12/02/08 reservations/deposits after 12/02/08 will incur a price increase.  Each pp. fee includes the additional $10.00 per person for Metrorail passes.    Please note that if you have alternative transportation or plans,  please notify us so that these fees will not be reflected as additional fees on your final bill.

Single Occupancy  = $668.00 pp.                                                                 

Double (2) Occupancy = $338.00 pp.                                                         

Triple (3) Occupancy = $228 pp.                                                                 

 Quad (4) Occupancy = $178 pp.                                                                           

Quin (5) Occupancy = $148.00 pp.



*Due to limited hotel rooms and bus seats all deposits are non-refundable.  However, in the event Excursions for You should cancel all deposits are refundable.


 Space is Very Very Limited!!! Most Hotels are Sold Out up to 50 miles Out of D.C.!!!  We have a limited  

Reserve Today Online!!!

 Sorry, no checks!  Credit Cards or Debit Cards only!

 Deposit After December 02, 2008 - $230.00


*Due to limited hotel rooms and bus seats all deposits are non-refundable

 We will possibley have an overflow hotel but the space is limited as well




  Need Only Transportation?

 Only Need a  Hotel Room ?


 Do I have to stay at the host hotel to rid on the bus? 
         No, if you have other accommodations for your housing purposes we can transport you to and from D.C. The bus seat rate is still $175.00 before 12/02/08  Please note hotels are sold out up to 300 miles out of D.C. Excursions for you will not be held responsible for lodging for any individual not reserving a hotel room with Excursions for You
    2.   Do you have tickets to the parade, inaugural ball and other inauguration events?
        No.  You can possibly obtain (rare) tickets to the swearing-in ceremony from your congressional representatives. You have to pick them up in person at their House or Senate offices, usually a few days before  the ceremony. If you get turned down for free tickets, there are also ticket brokers who buy and sell tickets to the inaugural events.

 The official parade tickets for the bleacher seats come from the Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC). These are very hard to obtain, as you must be first sent an invitation to purchase them. Prices last time were $25-75 if I recall. If you don't want to purchase tickets but still want to see the parade, you will probably face a trade off--either see the inauguration ceremony or stake out a good parade viewing spot VERY early. The crowds get very thick and you won't be able to see much if you wait.

    3.  Do I have to have a ticket to the inauguration parade?
          Pennsylvania Avenue is open to the public for parade watching.
    4.  How should I dress?
        Warm.  In layers of clothing is the best.
    5.  Have others already reserved their seats?

  Kindest Regards,

Mrs. Andrea Tate

Travel Consultant




If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 



(678) 519-4756

Joint Congressional Inaugural Committee Releases Ticketing Information for 56th Presidential Inauguration
November 6, 2008
WASHINGTON, DC - The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC) has issued the following information regarding the availability of tickets for the 56th Presidential Inaugural Ceremony on January 20, 2009:

Tickets to the 56th Inaugural Ceremonies will be provided free of charge and distributed through Members of the 111th Congress. The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies does not provide tickets to the public. Members of the public interested in attending the Inaugural Ceremonies should contact their Member of Congress or U.S. Senators to request tickets.

The public should also be aware that no website or other ticket outlet actually has inaugural swearing-in tickets to sell, regardless of what they may claim. Tickets will not be distributed to Congressional offices until the week before the inauguration and will require in-person pick-up.

"Any website or ticket broker claiming that they have inaugural tickets is simply not telling the truth," said Howard Gantman, Staff Director for the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. "Tickets for the swearing-in of President-elect are all provided through members of Congress, and the President-elect and Vice President-elect through the Presidential Inaugural Committee. We urge the public to view any offers of tickets for sale with great skepticism."

The members of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies are: Senator Dianne Feinstein, Chairman; Senator Bob Bennett, Ranking Member of the Senate Rules Committee; Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid; Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi; House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer; and House Republican Leader John Boehner.
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Our mailing address is:
Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies
Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

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