|Anne & the famous Land's End sign|
Land's End, or Pedn an Wlas in Cornish, is the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall and England. It has become very commercialized over the years, but the views are still breathtaking.
Being both hungry, and thirsty, we stopped off at the Land's End Restaurant for refreshments, before exploring the area.
|cliff view looking north|
To get out of the rain, we ducked into the shop, there and looked around, then it was time to walk back to the bus stop to wait for our ride back to Penzance. We didn't get a double-decker that time, so weren't able to appreciate the scenery as much on the way back, but it was still a nice ride.
We had to wait a bit for the bus back to Marazion, but met a retired school teacher with Crayola pink hair, and had a nice natter while we waited. Once back home, we relaxed with a cold drink (cider for Anne, Guinness for me) and then we had a lovely dinner. Now it's time to relax a bit before bedtime. Tomorrow we go to St Michael's Mount to visit the gardens and the castle!