There are many more moments of dry English humor, including Nigel's visit to the Biltmore Estate.
In May, Nigel Warren was fined $2,400 by New York officials for illegally using the service.
From The Leonard Bernstein Letters, edited by Nigel Simeone and published by Yale University Press.
Most of us grew up on Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce in those old B movies of the 1930s and 40s.
Nigel, 69, is both impressed and disturbed by the amount of towels in a typical American hotel room.
Nigel felt stiff for the most part, but the pain was sharp and not always in one place.
"A jambe gules erased," said Sir Nigel, shaking his head solemnly.
Believe me, Nigel, old boy, the Law's the greatest duffer on earth.
"Yet I have known the king's enemies claim to ride in his same," said Sir Nigel.
It need hardly be told that his open and friendly address met equally ready and cheerful acceptation from Nigel Olifaunt.