Thursday, 12 January 2012

Day off ramble

Very relaxed day off today so not the most exciting post coming up here, having got up late and slowly we went to Broadstairs to drop off some books, have a pizza and in my case sketch the view from the table in the restaurant.
As you see the view was basically brown and grey, one for the sketch book not the wall.  

In my defence I took a photo of the view and some other photos which I have bunged on the internet here

We ate here

I can’t manage a three course lunch at lunch time, but a pizza and a cup of tea goes down very nicely and works out at about a tenner, this is probably the best pizza available in the area, best to book a table.  

I was going to link to what I thought an interesting post by John Worrow but he seems to have deleted it before I could, here is the link to the article that it was about

An interesting reflection on changing times, the other news item to catch my eye today was the one about Velvet Underground suing Andy Warhol over the banana, see another interesting reflection on changing times.

Very interesting article here about taking photographs in a public place as it is the photographer managed to record the police telling him not to do what he is legally allowed to do.

The Charles Dickens pub in Broadstairs is getting a makeover having been bought by Frank Thorley, I would guess it will be open again for the tourist season.  

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