WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Americans are offering their homes to French travelers who are stuck in the United States.
Americans have turned to social media, using the hashtag #StrandedinUS to open their homes to people who are having trouble getting home to France.
From Los Angeles to Hawaii to New York, Americans are flooding the Twitter feed offering a place to stay, transportation and food.
… And other things. Kimberly Harrington tweeted from Vermont, offering a guest room, beer and syrup.
A Chicagoan with a pet dog had a room to take in a traveler.
Some were able to give rides to people from airports.
Thierry Ennui in Washington is happy to provide a warm bed, hot shower and cold drinks but warned against anyone who might be allergic to their cats.
Jen Hutton Heger has room for two people and made a point to say it does not matter if you are Muslim, Jewish, French, American or a purple person.
Many people were grateful for the generosity and said so on the Twitter feed.