Travel Memoir

Trabiworld, Berlin — Credit: Author

August 15th — 17th, 2017


I’ve visited Germany many times. Most memorable was a trip to Bonn for a weekend in 1998. If contemporary history is your thing, the Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (in English: Museum of the Federal Republic of Germany) is the place for you. In fact, it’s one of my…

Travel Memoir. Cheshire. British Isles.

The Mark I Telescope at the Jodrell Bank Observatory — Credit: Author

August 13–15, 2017

The Jodrell Bank Observatory

After another sumptuous breakfast at the Talardy Hotel, Des (my seven-year old) and I loaded snacks in the car before heading east on the A55 towards England. We crossed the national boundary where we were greeted by a sign that simply read “England,” without the slightest hint of a “Welcome.”…

Travel Memoir. Wales.

Des making new friends in St. Asaph — Credit: Author

August 11–13, 2017

St. Asaph — The City That Assumed It Was

I wasn’t going to write much about St. Asaph because even though I’d been going there for about fifteen years, I’d completely taken its quaintness and beauty for granted. However, it’s a charming little place with an extraordinary history and deserves more than just a passing mention.

Mark Ainscow

Dad/Husband/UXer/Photographer/Brit/Yank/BWFC/Red Sox — Taker of photos and writer of a few words to surround them.

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