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TravelPod Member ReviewsEstoril Hotel Penzance
Built in the 1880's from the profits of the tin mining boom, the place has been a hotel for 93 years. It's easy to see why...
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... the splendidly named hamlet, Come-To-Good. The name arising from the presence of a Quaker Meeting house which has been here for 300 years and nowadays sports a magnificent new thatched roof. The day got even better as we found ourselves walking into a National Trust area of magnificent beauty. This was Round Wood. By now we were in a somewhat remote parcel of land surrounded on two sides by the Fal Estuary. Walking through here we spent ...
... by humans across the ages, with great natural beauty and flowing water. We saw once again how nature gradually overcomes any efforts by our species to tame and conquer her. Here was a place to calm the mind and bring the senses alive and as we traversed the rises and falls in this magical landscape I began to understand some of the deeper wisdom described so beautifully in the Sun and the Serpent:
"To begin to communicate with ...
... of the church and out past this seat came as no surprise. However there could be no greater contrast than with the more forlorn and uninspiring atmosphere around Godolphin Cross and the former church building with its formidable warning sign of CCTV and electronic mantraps. To think the ley line also runs through here is to raise questions of why the atmosphere should be so different. Reassuringly, ...
After walking 23kms yesterday, today is a more modest 18kms. We've walked into St. Michaels Mount along the Coastal Path and at high tide, had to take the little ferry there and back. The Castle is lovely and we find our first representation of the St. George or St. Michael battle against dragons in a wonderful statue. Since walking through many wonderful landscapes maintained by the National Trust in previous years, we have become members and are able to gain ...
... br> lines.
What I do begin to comprehend with greater clarity as each
day passes is that we humans have embarked upon a dangerous and destructive
path. We have lost track of our connection with nature and the environment of
which we are an intrinsic part. We appear determined to destroy what sustains
us and so much other life, and all in pursuit of meaningless consumption
following sheepishly the fabricated path of materialism. It is in ...