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As far as motoring is concerned ther German and French brands obviously dominated in their respective countries. Skoda seemed to be quite popular in Germany - VW/Audi technology at a lower price point maybe. And the same rational seemed to be in place in France except the frogs were driving Seats (Spanish built VWs) instead of Skoda.
Nissan is by far the most popular Japanese brand here - lots of Jukes and Notes and the only utes we have seen - but not alot ...
... is the queue, which literally runs half way round the block, from the door on the east-facing Nativity facade, right around to the ticket office in front of the door on the west-facing Passion facade. I believe this cathedral exists to teach us the virtue of patience. A lot of the exterior is covered with scaffolding. It has been under construction throughout the last century and won't be completed for another twenty years. At Notre Dame ...
... police. One guy was caught in front of us though which was funny, when he gave up he jumped tossed all his merchandise at the police man and fans went flying everywhere. After the park we headed back down the hill and began a long walk back into town. Mid arvo we stopped for lunch outside the famous Sagrada Familia. We had finally arrived at undoubtedly Spain’s number one tourist attraction. The history behind the Sagrada Familia is fascinating, it all began ...
... to get my bag and.... it isnt there.
Now, let us back track a bit. When I went to Costa Rica in 9th grade, my bag got lost for 3 days. I didnt brush my teeth properly for THREE days... so gross. It wasnt fun and since then, it is one of my greatest fears when traveling, especially when traveling like I am where I might not be in the same place for 3 days.
Back to present time. My bag wasnt there. BUT hundreds of other peoples bags were not there as well. I found out ...
... that looked like pickpockets, nor did I see any Police or security personnel. I bought a Ham & Cheese bun at a small food stand in the Metro as it was lunch time and I was getting hungry.
When I exited the Metro station, I wasn’t sure exactly which side of Sagrada Familia I’d need to go to find the entrance. I passed a couple of entry points for groups, and one of the girls there directed me around the corner to a location where ...
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