Posts Tagged ‘masonry’

Regaleira

I’ve been there and done that.

Well, i did all of that now that I put my Indiana Jones hat on and lit a torch to enter the caves of Regaleira. I tried several times before with my phone’s light but it didn’t quite work. This time it did, but I got way too scared when I had to decide right or left at the end of the cave…1000 dollars answer? None of those, GO BACK! And so we did, me and Mariana 🙂

There’s not much to say about this place in Sintra (outskirts of Lisbon) ’cause I feel like I’ve visited it a 1000 times. Yes, there’s a lot to know about it but it’s just too complicated. Ok, I’ll try a sumary: masonry, occult, masonry.

Done! 😀

Anywho, go there if you ever have the chance but PLEASE don’t ignore its history and don’t think of it as just another monument because it’s not just another one. It’s THE monument.

Pics below 😀

Pictures: top to bottom – Palace, caves, initiation well, entrance to the caves (no, it’s not grass – water :P)

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Sintra

Definitly my favourite spot in Portugal, if not the only one. I already have so many memories in that place that I can’t even remember them all. In a nutshell, there’s no better place than this to take a walk in the sun or in the rain, drink a cup of tea and be with your friends. If you are a fan of Satan or witchcraft, this is the place for you too!! 😛

Pictures (from top to bottom)

Quinta da Regaleira; Masonry Well; Palácio da Pena; Vila de Sintra