The long and winding road .....
..... eventually ends.
And so we arrive at the end of our pilgrimage.
And so, as we descend upon Marazion the thought occurs .....
OK, there was the delectable White Hart Inn but, what made the pilgrims keep going? I mean, why not stop at Ludgvan?
And there it is.
St. Michael's Way sounds a bit gruelling but ignore the mileage and feel the gravity. Believe me, it's a lot less taxing than the walk to Zennor.
It is also a change from the 'keep the sea on one side and the rocks on the other' factor that you inevitably get from walking the Coast Path.
Enjoy it, we did.
Oh, and that reminds me, why did the pilgrims keep going after Ludgvan?
Because god invented the Godolphin Arms in Marazion, that's why.
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