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  • adj. Rarely visited by tourists


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  • His name was Mark Klein, and his destination was a red brick office building in an untouristed part of the city dominated by low-rise warehouses.

    Boing Boing

  • It was charming, untouristed, and within walking distance to nearly anything that mattered to her.

    The Poet Prince

  • I suggest, though, that if Emily was headed directly for, say, some untouristed locale on the Mexican coast, there wouldn't be as much attention paid at all.

    A Just God Would Only Steer Hurricanes to the U.S.

  • In this brief sample of a much longer passage, the heroine rides home from San Francisco to Sacramento through untouristed California farmland and backwater Main Streets:

    The Unclosed Circle

  • The dish is named for Norcia, a town on the other side of Spoleto that is worth visiting for the picture it gives of untouristed everyday life.

    Green-Hearted Italy

  • The Sunday trips we made up the Neckar: each morning early we would take the train and ride to where we had walked the Sunday previous; then we would tramp as far as we could, -- meaning until dark, -- have lunch at some untouristed inn along the road, or perhaps eat a picnic lunch of our own in some old castle ruin, and then ride home.

    An American Idyll The Life of Carleton H. Parker

  • The happiness, the foreign untouristed wonder of that day!

    An American Idyll

  • He was young enough, and the towns were dirty enough, —unimproved, unrestored, untouristed, —to retain the sense of reality.

    Berlin (1858–1859)

  • We stayed first outside the town of Biella, lovely untouristed city with a stellar salumeria, Mosca.

    Michael Ruhlman

  • People were incredibly friendly up there, and even though we spoke no Thai, and most people in the rural untouristed areas don't speak English, the big smiles we got from everyone made us feel welcome! TravelStream? ? Recent Entries at


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