It’s a nice day as the three of you continue your 30 Plus Teams Tour of New York City up in West Harlem .
The walk along Riverside Drive with the state of New Jersey on one side and the Hudson River on the other looks very relaxing and peaceful .
Not too many people seem to be out.
This is a very vibrant and livable neighborhood , so it seems .
Even up here in Harlem , like the rest of the city , the churches and colleges seem to be huge also .
The next stop for you all is General Grant National Memorial , better known as Grant’s Tomb .
It’s the burial place of Union General and former President Ulysses S. Grant and his wife , Julia .
After he left the White House , New York City became his home .
This monument is breathtaking , especially inside .
This wasn’t just a tomb, but a history lesson on the Civil War .
In one of the rooms , you notice flags from the different Union Civil War regiments.
Two of them , the three of you recognize .
They are from the state that sent the most troops to the Civil War , Ohio .
That just happens to be your state.
Also lining the walls are the campaigns of Grant during the Civil War .
The three of you walk downstairs and to the lower level .
It was dark and spooky looking .
It was thinking way for a reason .
This room held the remains of General and Mrs. Grant .
Surrounding the tombs were the busts of other Union generals.
The only one that the three of you recognized was General William T. Sherman .
But then , he was from Ohio .
You didn’t want to take pictures of this .
You see other people taking selfies of themselves outside the building , but none of you are .
This isn’t the place to do that.
You just take a picture of the building .
It isn’t just a memorial , but people are also buried here .