The Washington Times - January 17, 2009, 11:02PM

The International Spy Museum will host more than tourists in the next couple of days. Starting tonight, at least 30 museum personnel and waiters from the nearby Zola will overnight there -– in sleeping bags and on air mattresses.

“We’re doing everything we can to help the staff getting to and from work,” says Zola’s operations manager Ralph Rosenberg.


So those who live over the hills and far away –- and more importantly beyond road restrictions and bridge closures -– now have the option to spend a couple of nights at the museum.

“The inauguration is great financially, but logistically it’s a nightmare,” Mr. Rosenberg says.

But here’s to hoping that a night at this museum won’t be a nightmare. Sweet – intriguing – dreams everyone!

— Gabriella Boston