In April and May of 2002, I went to England,
stopping off at Paris along the way.
There was hacker tourism. There was geek travel.
There were plants, rocks, meals, and people.
- Part 0: Paris arrival; no loitering;
Musée des Arts et Métiers
- Part 1: Paris comics shopping; four museums in a day
- Part 2: Paris was a mistake, as was France; the Louvre
- Part 3: Paris; St Malo: tourist wonderland; Portsmouth: gateway to England
- Part 4: Portsmouth, gateway to England; old boats; into Penzance
- Part 5: Cornwall's South West Coast Path; Porthcurno's Museum of Submarine Telegraphy
- Part 6: The Eden Project; Exeter; Oxford was full
- Part 7: Oxford's Merton College; No rest for the wicked; Leicester
- Part 8: Nottingham's Wollaton Hall; Sheffield; Green's Mill
- Part 9: London; Faraday Lab Reconstruction; Science Museum
- Part 10: Bletchley Park; Wrong way to Hampton Court; V&A Museum
- Part 11: London's Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine; Natural History Museum
- Part 12: London's Den of Thieves; Boardgame shopping
- Part 13: Greenwich, land of disappointment; Tate Modern; bad museums
- Part 14: Cambridge's Museum of Technology; Wren Library; Whipple Museum of the History of Science
- Part 15: London comics shopping; failed ska shopping; Kew Gardens; return home