On our last day we had quite a bit of time to kill so we went to see Gaudí's Parque Güell at the top of this massive hill. Again, it was hot and although the view was boss it wasn't a particularly overwhelming place. We were expecting a bit of grass to lie on and sleep for a few hours but once again we were let down and came to the conclusion that Spain has no grass, anywhere, except in football stadiums.
After a few hours there we walked around town again and then realised that we could go watch Batman in the five hour window we had before check-in. So we did just that, we got our bags from the hotel and went to a cinema that showed films in their original language, not far from the Aerobus bus stop. I'd been itching to see it for days and despite there being subtitles it was SO GOOD. Definitely better than that Gaudí garden thing. Afterwards, we got the bus to the airport and finally got home at about 11:30pm.
All in all, I've had an amazing time over the past month seeing more stuff than I imagined I would. I think Budapest, Prague and Paris were my favourite cities that we visited, Budapest and Prague just because the language barrier was an actual issue there, which made you feel like you were actually abroad more than anything as opposed to the likes of Berlin and Amsterdam where there English was probably better than ours. Paris was great just because it was so relaxed, everyone had already been before so we were in no rush to see the sites and instead we just chilled. Not forgetting the Tour de France which was just really lucky timing that we were there the same time it finished.
If you're considering going travelling, do it. You won't regret it, just make sure you have a Markclare-like character with you and you should be fine. I've had an amazing experience made even better by the fact that there was so many of us and I'd love to do it again. But for now I don't want to go near another train for a long, long time.