Sunday, 12 February 2012

Eating at Westwood Cross, Frankie and Bennys, a Sunday ramble.


The moral here is don’t put the food processor bowl on the bottom shelf of the dishwasher, wash it on the top shelf. Hence the shopping mission to Westwood Cross to buy a new food processor.

Anyway a new experience for me, eating with children at Frankie and Bennys, this is next to the Vue Cinema, casino et al.

Two adults, two children, drinks main course and sweets, the meal was good and under £40, I hope the sketch I did there gives you some idea of what to expect.

I think with more practice sketching in public places, I am slowly getting better at it, it certainly keeps me occupied while the children do their eating up, complete the questions in their entertainment packs and so on.


Handy too as you aren’t allowed to photograph Westwood Cross without special permission.

I genuinely wonder if there is any situation where you aren’t allowed to sketch what is going on, anyone know the answer to that one.



I will ramble on.

4 comments:

  1. Former RAF Station Hawkinge
    TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:

    In keeping with common practice, on grounds of both security and copyright, we regret that no cameras, video recorders or any other types of recording equipment (including notebooks) are allowed in the Museum.

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  2. Would they let you in if you had a photographic memory?

    Ben

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  3. The Newington Clinic in Ramsgate has removed all the disinfecting hand washes and put up a notice saying that this has been done on 'health and safety' grounds.

    To follow this through to its logical conclusion all scalpels should be removed from an operating theatre in case someone gets cut.

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