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... It is a 13th century Ukrainian Russian Orthodox Church. The only problem is the steep decline & winding paths, but Jim found it for me! Then we had to continue down then take the long hike to the hotel. We had a quick smooch on Charles Bridge, & dinner at a romantic cafe, which caused us to miss the 8 PM ringing of the bells on the astronomical clock. We didn't care-- we were just hoping to get home before our knees & feet gave ...
... in the poorest countries of the world.
Anyway the homesickness got us there in Colorado. This was during the end of the second year of our stay overseas. Winter was coming, we were still spending a long cold nights camping in the wild usually playing cards while remembering our home a lot. I do not know why we felt so nostalgic there, probably because of the long cold evenings, uncertain future as we did not know what will come next, if we find some work again etc. ...
... for Czech people to get changed in the evening so we did as the locals did and got changed before getting absolutely smashed. Yesterday (Sunday) was a complete write off. Literally thought I might be dying and very proud of us for not just managing to get up (and be sick) but actually going to tesco and then out for dinner! Well done us. Highlights were: -Jitka looking stunning -nearly crying at first dance ...
... of the stations of the cross that lead up to the now abandoned church that lays atop the small mountain. Once getting to the top of the hill I got one of those feelings when you know that you will probably never been in that certain place ever again in your life so you try and take as much in as you can while still appreciating it while you are there, all the while living in the moment.
After the Mikulov we continued on our way to the chateau which ...