I've thought of this same question myself
before but was never motivated enough to
find an answer -- so I'm happy you asked it!
First, I found this September 3, 2002 article:
that quotes "Mark Knoller, the leading
collector of modern presidential arcana."
Bush's pattern of foreign travel is similarly intriguing for a
president who frowns on the "intercontinental" set. Bush has visited
18 countries and the Vatican in nine overseas trips, keeping pace with
Clinton, who took eight trips to 26 countries during his first two
Next, I searched whitehouse.gov for all of Ari
Fleischer's press briefings after September 3
that contained the word "travel". That gave 72
results. I worked through each of those and
found 4 trips:
10 Oct 02
He will travel to Mexico, where he'll take part in the APEC Summit of
leaders from the Pacific Ocean countries, including leaders from Japan
and China, again, and Russia, as well as Mexico and Canada and other
November 15, 2002
Press Briefing by National Security Advisor Dr. Rice on the
President's Trip to NATO Summit
December 12, 2002
One final announcement, then I'm happy to take your questions.
President Bush will travel to Africa on January 10th to the 17th, to
continue to build America's partnership with the continent.
March 14, 2003
One final announcement. The President will travel to the Azores on
Sunday to meet with Prime Minister Blair, Prime Minister Aznar, Prime
Minister Barroso, to discuss how best to proceed to make it
unequivocally clear to Saddam Hussein that there will be serious
consequences if he fails to disarm.
That gives a total of 13 trips.
I hope that's enough research and information for you.
P.S. I was really hoping to find a site that
recorded his daily activities. If anybody
knows of one, please comment and let me know.