Original answer: yes indeed! yes indeed! installed by franklin!
Actually, the original Bowling alley was installed as a gift to President Harry S. Truman in 1947. It was later moved (1955) and then dismantled. President Richard Nixon installed a bowling alley in 1969. More info can be found in the links below.
Yes, there is.
Yes, he does, but it is not just his-- it was built for any president to use. Since a president needs security and privacy, the White House grounds provide a private court (it's not inside the White House itself; it's outside, near the presidential swimming pool). The presidential basketball court has been used by a number of presidents over the past several decades, as well as by their friends and families.
At last report it was removed in favor of a basketball court.
There is a basketball court, swimming pool, bowling, golf course. There's a Tennis Court, A Movie Theater, and a Jogging track.
Watermelon. It starts green, then white, then red, the seeds(baby)
Barack Obama likes to play Basketball and Golf and spending time with his family and dog, Bo.
It's a watermelon! The outside is green, then there's a white layer, then the red layer, and the babies are seeds. I think this is an Egyptian riddle
basketball baseball swimming
It is the same color as the basketball in self
John Adams was the first president to live inside the white house
The cast of Inside the Obama White House - 2009 includes: Barack Obama as himself