Travel agenda: Museum of Fine Arts in Boston; La Villa in Marrakech; Ben Fogle at the Royal Geographical Society
Saturday 05 February 2011
Today: Visit the new exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. "Cinema in the City" is a study of how cities are represented in film, from San Francisco, to Rio de Janeiro; until 27 February (
This week: Check into Marrakech's latest chic option, La Villa. The riad is in the Kasbah quarter in the south of the medina. With four femininely-styled rooms, a pool and small restaurant, it offers an intimate base from which to explore the red city ( lavillamarrakech.com).
In the diary: Ben Fogle is giving a talk at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 17 February. He will be relating his experiences in Antarctica of filming a documentary about saving the huts of Shackleton and Scott ( www.ukaht.org).
Last time it was Libya and now it's Morocco and Norway: is BMI working its way through the alphabet when it comes to route launches? The airline will start flying to Casablanca, Marrakech, Bergen and Stavanger this April ( flybmi.com).
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