A Programming Note:
After taking the trip up to Washington DC last week to participate in the Keep The Promise March on Washington, now I am headed to that other Washington--in the PNW, The Dog's Mother's neck of the woods--to participate, along with my brother and sister, in celebrating my father's birthday in Sumas. It may not be as vibrant as these spots, but time with my wackadoo family--and I mean that with love--it's bound to be quite colorful
So, while I'm away, play nice, and enjoyed some pre-planned stuff. New posts will appear sometime next Monday.
Now we resume our scheduled blogging, a Must Have, Colorful Vacation spot.....
Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles
Developed in the mid 17th century, the stunning Dutch-inspired colonial architecture of the capital of the Netherlands Antilles reflects all the colors of a tropical ambiance.
La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The most colorful barrio of Argentina's capital, La Boca is a neighborhood settled by Italian immigrants and modeled after the seaside city of Genoa; its architecture, therefore, is strongly European.
Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark
This 17th century waterfront is situated on a picturesque canal; wooden ships sleeping lazily on its gentle waves.