Lilly B

Touring Ladies

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  1. 1. Easier for me if Touring Ladies stayed

    • in the city centre
      10
    • out of town near the motorways
      7

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When I visit a town or city to work for a few days, I'm really careful which hotel or apartment I book myself in to - my discretion and that of my clients is foremost in my mind. I normally stay in the big anonymous city centre hotels.

OK most guys are just pleased to have me and any other touring ladies in their city, but as I've done more private hotel trips, staying out of the city centre near motorways etc. I saw that I could just have easily worked those hotels too.

But what about getting clients to come out of town ? Or is that easier anyway ?

So, aside from being excited that any lady is visiting your city (city or large town please rather than small towns or villages), which tends to be more convenient to get away to for a booking, city centre hotels or out of city hotels by the motorways ?

Thanks :)

Ladies please add your views to the topic. Gents often say they've driven to see me when I'm in the city centre, but I simply don't ask where they've driven from, thus my question to them here.

Thanks too :)

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Motorway proximity means fewer excuses for being in any location. I can find a reason to be on a motorway, but not necessarily in a city centre.

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When I visit a town or city to work for a few days, I'm really careful which hotel or apartment I book myself in to - my discretion and that of my clients is foremost in my mind. I normally stay in the big anonymous city centre hotels.

OK most guys are just pleased to have me and any other touring ladies in their city, but as I've done more private hotel trips, staying out of the city centre near motorways etc. I saw that I could just have easily worked those hotels too.

But what about getting clients to come out of town ? Or is that easier anyway ?

So, aside from being excited that any lady is visiting your city (city or large town please rather than small towns or villages), which tends to be more convenient to get away to for a booking, city centre hotels or out of city hotels by the motorways ?

Thanks :)

Ladies please add your views to the topic. Gents often say they've driven to see me when I'm in the city centre, but I simply don't ask where they've driven from, thus my question to them here.

Thanks too :)

Out of City is better for me, i am virtually always driving so its easier for me BUT if i rate the WG as i have i will go into the centre to punt with her. I havent had a bad punt from a touring WG and met some excellent ones so the more touring the better for me. :)

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I only toured a tiny bit but when I was in a big anonymous town center hotel I was busy, once I got it wrong and the hotel was actually right out of town, on a motorway, and I was very quiet. This may depend on which town though of course but it was a town I had heard to be busy for tourning Indies.x...perhaps it was just me :blink:

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I only toured a tiny bit but when I was in a big anonymous town center hotel I was busy, once I got it wrong and the hotel was actually right out of town, on a motorway, and I was very quiet. This may depend on which town though of course but it was a town I had heard to be busy for tourning Indies.x...perhaps it was just me :blink:

In my career I only toured once properly, and one other time when I was visiting a friend. Both times were in London, and both times were fairly central... don't know London well at all. Fist time was in Mayfair and second near Marble Arch. On both occasions I was really busy.

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In my career I only toured once properly, and one other time when I was visiting a friend. Both times were in London, and both times were fairly central... don't know London well at all. Fist time was in Mayfair and second near Marble Arch. On both occasions I was really busy.

I never actually toured in London as I worked for the fabulous House of Divine there, the hotel faux pas was Oxford but the damnable hotel really should have been listed under Aylesbury...it was THAT far out lol. A lesson learned I guess . My tour's were what I called mini-tour's, one day only as I had family to return to in the evening.

I did though get an awful lot of evening dinner date's and outcall appointment requests for London that unfortunatley I couldnt fulfill.

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I've heard Oxford was good too, but thanks for your mis-fortunate tip :)

London aside, many big city centre hotels now have keycards so are a no-no to work from easily, I now call the hotel and ask directly about their security for single ladies staying - they seem used to it and like putting me at ease whether keycarded or not.

I like revisiting cities, Scottish ones at the moment, but blinking Edinburgh - London prices ! And the better priced hotels are key carded or too small. Ooh I'm no skin flint, I just have a house full of pets that need sitting when I'm away @ just short of £300 a week, on top of any hotel and travel costs. Sums need to add up for a much better week than I'd have staying at home.

So on my next out of town visit I'm experimenting, with Manchester, staying out of the city centre. And if that works I'll experiment with a few other cities I've not yet been to, might have a multi city road trip and hire a car with the hotel money I'd have saved !

At the moment being car less in these cities I need to be entertained when not working, but that also means because I'm lugging a massage table around I don't want to add too many cities on one trip, nor be fussed to get several train changes and mini-cabs to get myself out of town.

Sums, sums, sums !

Thanks Porker Paul and Smiths for your reasons, those are the lines I was thinking :)

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I've heard Oxford was good too, but thanks for your mis-fortunate tip :)

London aside, many big city centre hotels now have keycards so are a no-no to work from easily, I now call the hotel and ask directly about their security for single ladies staying - they seem used to it and like putting me at ease whether keycarded or not.

I like revisiting cities, Scottish ones at the moment, but blinking Edinburgh - London prices ! And the better priced hotels are key carded or too small. Ooh I'm no skin flint, I just have a house full of pets that need sitting when I'm away @ just short of £300 a week, on top of any hotel and travel costs. Sums need to add up for a much better week than I'd have staying at home.

So on my next out of town visit I'm experimenting, with Manchester, staying out of the city centre. And if that works I'll experiment with a few other cities I've not yet been to, might have a multi city road trip and hire a car with the hotel money I'd have saved !

At the moment being car less in these cities I need to be entertained when not working, but that also means because I'm lugging a massage table around I don't want to add too many cities on one trip, nor be fussed to get several train changes and mini-cabs to get myself out of town.

Sums, sums, sums !

Thanks Porker Paul and Smiths for your reasons, those are the lines I was thinking :)

No problem and i hope it goes well. :)

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Thanks Porker Paul and Smiths for your reasons, those are the lines I was thinking :)

No problem. Just let us know when and where you will be and I will try to make a date :)

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Lilly, I feel your pain sweetie. Already I'm finding it a complete pain in the rear end, trying to find suitable places for frolics.

Safe and ease of use (for both gent and I) are two top priorities.

I sure do miss not having a central base, but even that is expensive.

I will be touring a lot for a while and London of course is a fave since I used to be based there. The prices I've been seeing nearly made me pass out. :blink:

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Agreed about London prices, I've pretty much decided to give it a miss for a while. Too many 20 odd year old not English ladies on the other site offering tantric body 2 body, with oral for £120 or less.

It's a good deal, and great for fellas if the ladies are giving the service they promise, but it's not for me to compete like that, so I'm happy to go elsewhere.

On the to let area on the other site you'll find places to rent - that's where I got my London base and that worked out great for a couple of years !

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Yes, I'm under no illusion that my touring to London will be short lived. A few visits and that will be me for a bit. I'm looking at other destinations for sure. Thanks for the heads up though, Lilly. It all helps, trust me. Also, another important thing (and maybe it's just me) but I do like going to places where there is something to do in the evening. I mean if you're done by 7pm or so it's a bit boring just twiddling your thumbs in a hotel or apartment. x

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Yeah that is the thing staying out of town - pubs and retail parks me thinx :D

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For some cities, Manchester and Sheffield spring to mind, it might be worth looking to see where the out of town hotels are in relation to the major transport links (in the case of Mancheser and Sheffield, the tram system) which might then make it within easy reach for those without a car to hand but who are based in the city centre.

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Parking on the outskirts of a city just has to be safer in my view.

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Gotta say, with the feedback I'm getting privately, from my clients (not just emails), and the posts here (note to self, people don't like polls here any more), this goes in quite contradiction to what I'd been lead to believe clients wanted - and I'm quite pleased with the revelation.

Manchester tram link - check ;)

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Parking on the outskirts of a city just has to be safer in my view.

Why safer Paul. I drive into Central London and park up with no safety issues. :)

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i love touring so far i have been to scotland (aberdeen glasgow inverness dundee and edingburgh) ireland inc belfast dublin cork kerry dongal The northwest inc chester leeds york and the southwest wales exeter and further afield norway and sweden jersey guernsy and the isle of man

and places that i plan to get to at some point or oxford cambridge reading and carlise

I prefer hotels that are central for myself - its a nightmare if you need to pop out and get somthing and its a 20 mins walk to the nearest shop and 20 mins back not that i mind walking anywhere but if you need something quick then its a real pain or the only way you can get anywhere is by taxi

i do loads of research by using saafe forums trip advisor and chatting to other

escorts

I am lucky that i have a good base to work from in bristol so i normally work 3-4 weeks at home then bugger of for 2 weeks or so on tour then come back home th8is way i find i stay busy when im at home as well as when im touring

this weekend im off to belfast for a week then dublin airport then inverness then i shall either be off to the isle of man or aberdeen dundee and glasgow before coming home for a few weeks

re your pets i have 3 dogs two bullmastiffs and a douge de bordeux i get my nieces and nephews to walk them and look after them when im away ( slave labour :D )

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i love touring so far i have been to scotland (aberdeen glasgow inverness dundee and edingburgh) ireland inc belfast dublin cork kerry dongal The northwest inc chester leeds york and the southwest wales exeter and further afield norway and sweden jersey guernsy and the isle of man

and places that i plan to get to at some point or oxford cambridge reading and carlise

I prefer hotels that are central for myself - its a nightmare if you need to pop out and get somthing and its a 20 mins walk to the nearest shop and 20 mins back not that i mind walking anywhere but if you need something quick then its a real pain or the only way you can get anywhere is by taxi

i do loads of research by using saafe forums trip advisor and chatting to other

escorts

I am lucky that i have a good base to work from in bristol so i normally work 3-4 weeks at home then bugger of for 2 weeks or so on tour then come back home th8is way i find i stay busy when im at home as well as when im touring

this weekend im off to belfast for a week then dublin airport then inverness then i shall either be off to the isle of man or aberdeen dundee and glasgow before coming home for a few weeks

re your pets i have 3 dogs two bullmastiffs and a douge de bordeux i get my nieces and nephews to walk them and look after them when im away ( slave labour :D )

OOoh you go girl. I used to do the same. Then I got worn out. :lol: Ireland used to be great but then it got a tad difficult. Not sure if it's calmed down a bit?

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Why safer Paul. I drive into Central London and park up with no safety issues. :)

It's a statistics thing. If you drive in a city centre where the traffic is more dense (and some of the drivers too!) you are more likely to be involved in an RTA, trip a speed camera, stray into a bus lane etc. All of these could have domestic consequences for the married punter.

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It's swings and roundabouts really. If you stay out of town you miss out on the guys who want to pop in and see you at lunchtime or just after work. If you stay in town some won't want to drive into the city centre. I tend to go with what I prefer myself, which is usually city centre, though hotels tend to be nicer and cheaper out of town (and not key carded!) so I sometimes choose that option if am only there for one night.

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Why safer Paul. I drive into Central London and park up with no safety issues. :)

If I am punting in central London, it's train and tube for me. 20 mins to a major train station, usually less than 15 mins from there to my destination. Much cheaper and less stressful than driving for me.

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If I am punting in central London, it's train and tube for me. 20 mins to a major train station, usually less than 15 mins from there to my destination. Much cheaper and less stressful than driving for me.

Being a lazy git i virtually always drive, i now only punt in Central London at parties so have my route and where to park sorted out. Maximum 40 minute drive and usually no serious traffic hold-ups. :)

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It's a statistics thing. If you drive in a city centre where the traffic is more dense (and some of the drivers too!) you are more likely to be involved in an RTA, trip a speed camera, stray into a bus lane etc. All of these could have domestic consequences for the married punter.

Thanks for that Paul. :)

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Why hotels?

In many cities there are serviced apartments available at competitive prices and with less entry restrictions.

Parking is usually less of an issue.

Usually there is a washing machine to help with the towel requirements.

Eat in/out options to reduce costs that may balance the extra rental costs.

In the apartment block I live there are often girls renting for short term tours.

For me, if I am visiting for an incall, going to an apartment block is easier than a hotel.

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