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Plain-clothed 'spotters' patrolled the parkland into Cole Valley, and radioed any illegal biking through to police bikers who then gave pursuit off the beaten track.
Upscale travel website Jetsetter (jetsetter.com) published a list of the world's top 10 islands off the beaten track, reports Reuters (Jan.
The small Estonian island of Muhu was included on the list of top ten islands that are "off the beaten track," compiled by the tourism Web site www.jetsetter.com, reports news agency LETA.
Even though it is next to a busy road, it is a bit off the beaten track."
World tourism cities; developing tourism off the beaten track.
Although a little off the beaten track of downtown Main Street, the Sidecar Restaurant is worth finding.
Foreign Office Minister Meg Munn said: "It's great to get off the beaten track when we're away from home, but things can change very quickly.
People who like to get off the beaten track (many Bradt guides are the first for that destination) and who are interested in knowing a little bit more about the place that they're visiting.
Sample some hydrothermal areas a bit off the beaten track, such as Lone Star Geyser.
Off the Beaten Track: Three Centuries of Women Travellers By Dea Birkett Foreword by Jan Morris National Portrait Gallery Publications, $40
This schoolmasterly approach is not contrasted by a creative graphic designer, nor particularly up-to date or off the beaten track references.
To describe the islands as 'off the beaten track', she adds, is not the sort of overblown tourist-brochure type of claim that you usually need to take with a large pinch of salt.