Whilst idly perusing the enormous pile of unbelievably important documents stacked up in the Dewey blog's in-tray, we recently came across a pink Post-it® note inscribed with the inscrutable URL www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org. Hmm, we wondered, what could possibly be the subject of a web site called www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org? Curiosity killed the cat but that didn't deter our intrepid researcher, who ascertained within hours that www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org is actually the ingenious address concocted for the web presence of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which began in Washington, DC, last Friday and which commemorates the gift in 1912 of 3,000 cherry trees from the city of Tokyo to the people of DC. It's probably all very beautiful and lovely in DC right now; unfortunately, the Dewey blog wouldn't know, as we're away from the Manor once again -- this time in Dublin, OH, where it's currently neither beautiful nor especially lovely, to be honest. When we heard that bit on the radio the other day about the underwater hotel, we didn't realize we'd be staying somewhere similar so soon. Okay, that's enough of the royal "we" for today. Works on the National Cherry Blossom Festival (such as Ann McClellan's The cherry blossom festival: Sakura celebration [Bunker Hill Publications, 2005]) are classed at 394.262 Holidays of March, April, May; standing room in 910.46 Facilities for travelers is where we'd put interdisciplinary works on submarine hotels.