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Hi all - after a fruitful amount of punting in London, I find myself with the opportunity to (finally) visit Milton Keynes this weekend... though I shall be pressed for time. So I have a couple of questions!

 

It seems the best establishments are Decadent Divas and Annabelle's. Is this right?

 

I shall be close to the central rail station - are either (both?!) these establishments within an easy walk of there?

 

Any other recommendations?!

 

Many thanks!

 

 

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Both of them are within walking distance of the rail station.  DD is a little bit closer though.  Annabellas is closer to Silbury Arcade.

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There are more establishments (Dollys Secrets & Sassy Escorts) and also quite a few indies, check out the FR section.

 

I've only visited the 2 you mention, they seem well-run, have inclusive pricing, accurate age info and representative photos most of the time...and some very nice ladies.

 

Divas is nearest the station, less than 5 mins away, in an anonymous apartment block. Annabellas locations are mostly up near the big shopping centre, which is a 10-15 min walk from the station.

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Annabella's is at the eastern limit of CMK and the train station is at the western limit, you could walk it but it'd take 30 mins to get across.  There are buses/taxis at the station if you're rushed for time.  Otherwise a gentle stroll to the shopping centre would be nice, stop for a coffee at John Lewis expresso bar (they do lovely cakes!) and then over to Annabellas :)

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Read the Fr's, and the MK thread here, there pick who you want to see.

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There are more establishments (Dollys Secrets & Sassy Escorts) and also quite a few indies, check out the FR section.

 

I've only visited the 2 you mention, they seem well-run, have inclusive pricing, accurate age info and representative photos most of the time...and some very nice ladies.

 

Divas is nearest the station, less than 5 mins away, in an anonymous apartment block. Annabellas locations are mostly up near the big shopping centre, which is a 10-15 min walk from the station.

 

Whereabouts is Dollys Secrets?

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Whereabouts is Dollys Secrets?

If their web site doesn't tell you then I wouldn't waste my time trying to look for them.

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Annabella's is at the eastern limit of CMK and the train station is at the western limit, you could walk it but it'd take 30 mins to get across.  There are buses/taxis at the station if you're rushed for time.  Otherwise a gentle stroll to the shopping centre would be nice, stop for a coffee at John Lewis expresso bar (they do lovely cakes!) and then over to Annabellas :)

 

I usually head into the shopping center for a cappacino and couple of cookies from Millies cookies myself.... Certainly recharges the batteries after a punt at Annabellas.. :)

 

Annabellas is down the other end of town to the station.  theres map Ive posted before... http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/mkparking/documents/CMK_PARKING_MAP_%28MAY_2012%29.pdf

 

Havent been to Divas yet. I think Dollys is near to annabellas.

 

Egos and Shadows are in bletchley thou so dont get off at MK if your visiting them. One train stop away thou..

But all depends on who you want to see as the girl isnt always at a set location..

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Annabella's is at the eastern limit of CMK and the train station is at the western limit, you could walk it but it'd take 30 mins to get across.  There are buses/taxis at the station if you're rushed for time.  Otherwise a gentle stroll to the shopping centre would be nice, stop for a coffee at John Lewis expresso bar (they do lovely cakes!) and then over to Annabellas :)

From the train station to Annabellas is no more than a 15 minute walk having done it hundreds to times myself. If it takes 30 mins you are either lost or have a disability. 

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From the train station to Annabellas is no more than a 15 minute walk having done it hundreds to times myself. If it takes 30 mins you are either lost or have a disability.

Lol! Thanks for the correction. Never done the walk myself but based it on the speed I walk from M&S down to JL (admittedly I usually have 3 small children in tow though!!).

James

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Id say nearer to 20 if you are walking as the first part from the station is slightly up hill. It used to take the girls ten minutes to get from the station to the back of staples x

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Id say nearer to 20 if you are walking as the first part from the station is slightly up hill. It used to take the girls ten minutes to get from the station to the back of staples x

Chloe, I agree with you. The up hill part definitely adds to the time. CMK covers a large area which takes a good brisk walk to cover quickly!

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In fact it's 1.3 miles and at an average walking speed of 4 miles/hour that's around 20mins.

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If you want a bus, ask someone as it is not easy to find which stop to wait at. Not sure if you can ask the driver for the nearest stop to your chosen brothel though.

 

Absolutely useful to have a map with you.

 

In all the time I have been to central MK, I can still not orientate myself to ensure I am walking to the right corner of the rectangualr block with an appointment to get to on time.

 

I have also only just discovered the Hub is in a different place relative to the rectangle than I thought despite having driven to it in the time of Madam Becky's Madam Beckys and Crystal's Madam Beckys and Starbuck coffees with Madam Becky.

 

So don't take my word for anything I say about directions.

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Lol! Thanks for the correction. Never done the walk myself but based it on the speed I walk from M&S down to JL (admittedly I usually have 3 small children in tow though!!).

James

Is there a child park outside (rather like a bike park!) If not, do they go in with you? This conjures up an interesting scenario!

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Is there a child park outside (rather like a bike park!) If not, do they go in with you? This conjures up an interesting scenario!

Haha!! Call social services!

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Haha!! Call social services!

Nah, just the usual family trip to go shopping.

Shopping and 3 small children, been there done that, Im feeling it for you JR, really I am xx

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Shopping and 3 small children, been there done that, Im feeling it for you JR, really I am xx

Thanks Chloe! As long as they get to see the 'froggy clock' and catch some bubbles (and run around the concrete cows) they're happy. It's the time lost in the Disney store and Build a Bear that's a killer!!

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It's the time lost in the Disney store and Build a Bear that's a killer!!

Amen to that xxx

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Thanks Chloe! As long as they get to see the 'froggy clock' and catch some bubbles (and run around the concrete cows) they're happy. It's the time lost in the Disney store and Build a Bear that's a killer!!

 

I've been sitting here debating wether to book my favorite MK lady or head down to London to see my favorite lady there. The opportunity to go see the froggy clock swung my descision in favor of MK and just booked in for tomorrow morning. Now if Big Ben shot out bubbles.....

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Nice Italian style cafe right opposite the froggy clock so you can spend money at the same time...

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Nice Italian style cafe right opposite the froggy clock so you can spend money at the same time...

Mmm they do nice cakes there mmmmm x

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I've been sitting here debating wether to book my favorite MK lady or head down to London to see my favorite lady there. The opportunity to go see the froggy clock swung my descision in favor of MK and just booked in for tomorrow morning. Now if Big Ben shot out bubbles.....

Good choice Sir, good choice :-)

Personally I loose time in the Apple store just round the corner...drool

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Mmm they do nice cakes there mmmmm x

Nicer than John Lewis expresso bar?? That's my fav coffee stop these days

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I feel for the OP on this thread......Asking for info on mk  places to punt & we get a guide to the centre mk & the froggy clock & bubbles then a guide to coffee shops which do nice cakes. (i jest)

 

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