Think you might like to ride that luxury train to the Obama inaugural in Washington, D.C.?
Pay $1,800 to drink expensive wine, eat fancy food and snuggle in a comfy bed on your rail car, parked for four nights at Union Station?
Forget it. All sold out.
“The last couple of berths went within an hour and a half after your story appeared,” said John Mickey of the Lancaster & Chester Railway, who doubles as chef and booking agent for two rolling hotels called the J. Pinckney Henderson and the Hollywood Beach.
“They went fast. People were calling me like 8 o’clock in the morning. I could fill up three or four more rail cars if I had some with bedrooms.”