Conditions limited my outdoor activities in DC, but fortunately I had booked a few indoor attractions in advance.
Weighing up my claims to have visited Kentucky and Maryland on this trip.
A sample of Cincinnati’s excellent mural collection.
Discovering some of the highlights of ‘The Queen City’.
Photos from my trip to the Netherlands and Belgium – a mix of The Hague’s Museum Voorlinden and various architectural finds.
Exploring the enclaves and counter-enclaves making up a complex Dutch/Belgian community.
An overdue return to the Netherlands, and a bit more of Belgium.
Exploring the world’s longest art gallery – Stockholm’s metro.
An unusual return to Sweden, exploring a series of tunnels and tubes in Stockholm.
Photos from a variety of Armenian astrophysics facilities – some abandoned!
Searching for soviet space science in the mountains of Armenia.
A gathering of some of the world’s most-travelled people (and me).
Exploring Armenia’s capital, host to the extraordinary travel festival.
A few views of – and from – the world’s tallest building.
My first new country since 2019 was one I’d never sought out: the UAE.
An art-heavy return to Norway’s capital.
The chance to join Norse Atlantic’s first flight from London to Oslo seemed an ideal excuse to revisit one of my favourite countries.
Unusually, both cities on this trip were the capitals of their respective states. Their capitol buildings turned out to be unexpected delights.
A brief side-trip from Salt Lake City let me claim another US State – my seventh new one of the year.
With Salt Lake City hosting four climbing word cups on back-to-back weekends, I returned for a second visit in 2022.