wend your way

wend (one's) way

To proceed to or along a particular path or course. Used especially in the phrase "wend (one's) way home." It's been a great party, but it's starting to get late, so I think I'll start wending my way home. People eventually started to wend their way back to their offices as police broke up the demonstration.
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wend your way

go in a specific direction, typically slowly or by an indirect route.
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To find the mill, you wend your way through a special industrial zone, where you are greeted by several large billboards announcing the virtues of industrial development.
EVERY STAFFER, and there seems to be an endless number of them at the new Roy's in Woodland Hills, smiles graciously and says ``Aloha'' as you wend your way to your table.
First, you have to find a space and wend your way into the mall.
Wend your way down to the basement, through the Asian art collection, onto a quiet little arm of the newly restored Norton Simon Museum.
As you wend your way through the emotional gantlet that is the Museum of Contemporary Art's ``Barbara Kruger'' exhibition, you enter a long, narrow room where human rage is literally bouncing off the walls.