Cherry Blossom Walking Tour: Blossom Secrets Stroll
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Online dating, cats, Scrabble, dietary supplements, Canada -- the list of topics covered in comedian Matt Graham's autobiographical one-man show This Too Shall Suck reads like the index for a random and strange encyclopedia. That might be because Graham has had a rather random and strange life. A stand-up comic who once shared an apartment with fellow comedians Marc Maron and David Cross, Graham was a writer on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Saturday Night Live before eventually quitting stand-up. He went on to a successful career playing Scrabble professionally (no joke), among other pursuits. With Suck, Graham returns to performing on stage, telling the hilarious and engaging story of his life thus far. Learn More
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Featured review from Marianne HardingRed Velvet
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The cherry blossoms weren't out but that is hardly within the control of the company offering this tour. Despite that, the tour was very informative and fun. The group was the right size. The guide was very knowledgeable and gracious. And the Kite Festival on the Mall almost made up for the lack of cherry blossoms. I did not know the tour was for two-hours, most of that spent standing or walking. I think that fact should be a little more prominent. That, though, is a quibble. I recommend this tour.
Hear the stories and secrets behind the delicate blossoms during a walking tour featuring not only cherry trees, but also noteworthy arboreal cousins. Learn about the woman whose cherry tree vision lives on today, a Japanese lantern older than the United States itself, and where you can discover even more pink and white blooms. _
__Please note that this walking tour does not include a walk around the entire Tidal Basin area. (It is usually too crowded to bring a walking tour group around the Tidal Basin.) The walk concludes at the Tidal Basin, site of most of the famous Japanese cherry trees. Walk participants are welcome to walk the area on their own._ The tour lasts for approximately two hours and will take place rain or shine.