When King George VI visited Hyde Park, Mrs Roosevelt (mother Sara) wanted to take down a collections of revolutionary cartoons ridiculing the British monarch. Somebody forgot and when the King & Queen came in, they seemed to go immediately to the wall with the cartoons.
The King looked for a while and then said, something like, “Wonderful drawings. I see some I don’t have in my collections.” The guy had class.
My other picture is the Goulash Place in Danbury. It is unrelated to the Hyde Park. We stopped there and had Goulash. It was good, but I think it is hard to run a restaurant with a menu consisting mostly of Goulash and foods that go with Goulash.