It’s hard to tell, but this is the studio. They had all the cameras and equipment pushed aside. I took the picture through the window from the sidewalk where they do the outside portion of the show. Turns out it’s just a sidewalk.
Fans of the television show Seinfeld will understand my excitement when we saw this restaurant as we walked back from Central Park. “No soup for you... come back one year!”
I still can’t believe we saw a show in Ford’s Theatre. It was a great show, but surreal to be sitting there looking at President Lincoln’s box.
Maybe the best show we saw on the trip, but at the very least the funniest. If you love the movie Love, Actually... you would LOVE ... Love, Factually.
It was also a real honor to attend a show at the Kennedy Center.
Oscar got us front row seats. Not sure if that was the best idea as we were close enough to see the entertainers get burned. I don’t know how they do this once a week.
The main performer, Daniel, told us he learned how to do perform with fire from watching YouTube videos. Kids.
I'm Michael Smith and this website is simply documentation of our travels over the course of 500 days. We are very lucky. We went bowling ... and some other stuff.