The rainbow du jour

From our lanai (terrace), looking away from the ocean

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  1. Stunning. I need a vacation.

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    1. There are rainbows constantly! It has to do with the trade winds, the showers, the angle of the sun... wonderful. Sometimes we've seen double rainbows. Unreal.

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  3. That's a perfect rainbow!

    Quick question, if you can answer (if not, I understand): The Savoy or The Palms in Miami? Have you ever stayed at either one? I have a reservation at the Savoy that I chose because of the location (Ocean and 4th) knowing that is a small property on the beach. But I have an afterthought about the standard of the hotel and the Palms is actually cheaper and I could change my reservation. Any suggestion is appreciated. Otherwise, enjoy the daily rainbows while you can (it is rather snow here).

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    1. Hi, Ema, I walked past the Savoy a few years ago, and I remember being glad we aren't staying there, but I don't remember why I felt that. I recommend reading the reviews on Yelp and Trip Advisor very carefully.

      We just got back to Seattle where we are staying for a few days to see family. and what a wise choce that was (I just turned on the weather report for NY).

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    2. Stay where you are! We are at 30 inches and counting. Magnificent, but crippling.

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  4. Oh so jealous. I have the heating on 70degrees with a ski jacket on. No pot o' sun in this house

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  5. Such a beautiful photo, wellfedfred! I hope that you and Himself had an absolutely wonderful time on your trip! :)

    Btw, I love your new blog header!

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    1. thanks, ffm, it was just a great trip, working on a more detailed description.
      glad you like the header, I wanted to change the Favicon too but Blogger isn't cooperating.

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