head off to (some place)

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head off to (some place)

To leave for a particular place. Louise just headed off to the store, but you can probably still catch her, if you leave now.
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Then they headed off to the Rose Club and partied until 3am.
ENGLAND'S players turned their thoughts back to cricket today as their bosses headed off to Chennai.
But the pair then headed off to India to make security checks for the first Test venue and will return to Abu Dhabi tomorrow night.
Then we headed off to Nemo Land, there were lots of fish from Finding Nemo, next we went to the Ray Tank.
We all scrubbed up nicely as we headed off to the Brandon Hall hotel with our red carpeted limos.
Although John and I did not stay in touch after he graduated from WLU, and he headed off to play a vital role in the life of the Anglican community, his death marks the passing of an icon in the church.
That afternoon we headed off to skate a ditch that Lutzka knew about, but before we could get to the hard tricks we realized that it was infested with gnarly West Nile mosquitoes so we headed back to the van.
The way the stock market has been performing over the past couple of years, it's hardly surprising to hear that a North-East independent financial advisor headed off to Las Vegas recently.
Jamie went back to Savio high in Bootle for a film premier the night before he headed off to Germany with the England team.
But Sheila climbed out the car, brushed herself down, and headed off to the hairdresser's.