The White House is celebrating a royal holiday weekend, and some of the country’s best vacation spots are opening up for a glimpse of what life will be like for the president and his family.
The president and First Lady Melania Trump will arrive on Saturday, June 22, in the southern province of Chiang Rai, a sprawling expanse of rice paddies that stretches from the border of Thailand to the border between Laos and Cambodia.
It will be the first stop for the first lady and her family since arriving from New York City last month.
It’s also the first time the White House has opened its grounds for public tours in two years.
The White Senate is hosting a White House Holiday Tour, and it will be held the weekend before Trump is to leave for Thailand.
It starts with a morning meeting with top White House officials and includes lunch with the president, his family and the president’s family photographer.
Then, a morning briefing from the White Senate on the day’s events.
It ends with a tour of the White house grounds and the presidential residence.
On Monday, June 24, the White Houses staff will take a tour around the country.
The event is open to the public.
It is a private event.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets.
The tour is free.
The tours begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Whitehouse, 710 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
At 9:30, the tours will start at the Blue House.
The meetings at the Trump Hotel are open to guests, but guests must arrive by 4:30 p.m., according to the WhiteHouse.gov website.
Guests must be at least 65 years old and be accompanied by a government-issued photo ID.
The day will end with an afternoon meeting at the State Dining Room, which is open only to the press.
It can be booked for $45 for adults and $30 for children.
Guests can book the State dining room for an additional $30.
Guests will have to be seated on a separate table and pay an additional fee.
The private White House tour starts at 6 p.f.m.; it is closed to the media.
On Wednesday, June 25, the President and First Ladies will hold a dinner in the Blue Room with the royal family.
There will be two sessions, each lasting about 20 minutes.
The dinner will be free and open to everyone, according to a WhiteHouse announcement.
There is no cost for the dinner.
Guests who are accompanied by government-approved photo ID will be allowed to attend.
They will be given a complimentary appetizer, but will not be allowed in the dining room.
There are no restrictions on what the first ladies can eat, according the WhiteSpots website.
The first lady is expected to have dinner at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Washington.
The second session is at the Hilton Midtown Hotel.
The third session is scheduled for the Hilton Hotel.
On Thursday, June 26, guests will have a breakfast at the Westgate Las Vegas.
There’s no limit on what they can eat and will not have to pay a separate entrance fee, according a WhiteSpot announcement.
Guests may bring lawn chair or blankets.
Guests have to arrive by 8:00 a..m.: The day is closed from 11:30 to 1:00 p.a. on Friday, June 27.
Guests also have to make arrangements to be at the event in person.
Guests that arrive before 9:00 are not eligible to attend the event.
There has been a delay in opening the Westfield Hotel in Westgate, because of weather.
There have been delays at other Westgate hotels, too.
Guests without government-valid ID will not receive an entry ticket for the hotel, according WhiteSpott.
A reservation has been made for a table in the Westbank hotel for guests without government identification.
Guests with government-required identification will have priority access.
Guests at the hotel will not see the first family, but they will be treated like everyone else.
The hotel is open from 8 a.p.m.-6 p.p., with no reservations required.
Guests on the other side of the border will see the president.
There won’t be a gate or checkpoint at the airport.
The gate will open at 9:45 a.t.
But the White houses office will be closed from 9:15 a.h. to 10:00:00 and will open on the Westin of New York.
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