Monday, August 26, 2019

Need a Place for One Night In Washington, DC

I've been invited to speak at a conference in Washington, DC, in November, 2019. The conference concerns how Poland's role in WW II is misrepresented in media. 

If I am to honor this request to speak, I will need a place to stay for one night in or near Washington DC. Anywhere that's on the DC public transportation system would work, so a place in northern Virginia or Maryland would work. 

If you know of anyone who could put me up in a clean, quiet, safe place for one night, please pm me. 

I'm clean and quiet. I just need a place to sleep and shower. I won't cook or ask for dinner wherever I stay. 

Needless to say, I'd like to stay with people with some social media profile. If I get an invite from a strange, single man with no public profile, I would not be able to accept. I'm sure you understand. 

Also, if anyone reading this would like to contribute toward a hotel room, that would be great, too. 


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