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#1
in the north east the main agencies stick to the city centre.

i much prefer the provincial locations that seem a bit more discreet, reason is the over kill of the city centre especially our quayside location which is not discrete to me anymore because on the hour and half hour you can see punters wandering around, sticking out like a sore thumb.

do you prefer hotels/ city centre or local estates(usually their/home)? to do your punting/work
 
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in the north east the main agencies stick to the city centre.

i much prefer the provincial locations that seem a bit more discreet, reason is the over kill of the city centre especially our quayside location which is not discrete to me anymore because on the hour and half hour you can see punters wandering around, sticking out like a sore thumb.

do you prefer hotels/ city centre or local estates(usually their/home)? to do your punting/work
Apart from parties I usually avoid Central London as many WGs charge prices I don't see as VFM. I only do Incalls but aren't fussed if its the WGs hotel or own place.
 
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Ideal would be a detached house with no neighbours with a garden surrounded by mature trees straight off a busy junction not far from a large town. Thats pretty hard to find though.

I prefer an apartment in the city center where they have a decent number of serviced apartments as the people who stay there havnt got a clue who should be wandering the hallways each day.

Tours, again a private serviced apartment is the ideal, second choice a hotel with discreetability (yes I know its not a real word...but its my word)
 
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I picked a place close to a motorway junction and the main route between Notts and Derby so I was easy to get to
I have recently bought a house for working from the other side of the motorway junction in a lovely area but it's a doer upper and needs a lot doing before I can work from it. It's again easy to get to from M1 or the main A road so it's s perfect location
 
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I picked a place close to a motorway junction and the main route between Notts and Derby so I was easy to get to
I have recently bought a house for working from the other side of the motorway junction in a lovely area but it's a doer upper and needs a lot doing before I can work from it. It's again easy to get to from M1 or the main A road so it's s perfect location
Is it also easy to get to by train ?
 
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I work in a smallish city. Usually in the centre as it is easy for punters to get to soon. I like to rent apartments as hotels I don't like anymore for discretion. My last apartment was perfect it had a side entrance off the street so you would never of been seen.
 
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TBH I like playing Russian roulette. Always fascinated by the wgs choice. I have been to a rose cottage deep in the country, terraced victorian, georgian monstrosity, flat up a narrow stairwell, fancy five star hotel. I really want the flat overlooking the sea where I can imagine I am Burt Lancaster in From here to Eternity. Incurable romantic looking for GFE mixed with a little PSE.:yahoo:
 
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Don't mind hotels if there larger hotels with people going in and out.
Not always keen on something to central as parking can be a bit hard and also you never know who you could bump in to.
If its a girls house etc I prefer it to be some where not too nosey, council estate is something I don't want to visit, for discretion with too many people around in the day plus some can be dumps. So something that looks inviting for me;)
 
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I took on a working flat earlier his year. It is not far from motorway with links to Liverpool, Chester, North Wales and Manchester. It's on a busy main road with a bus stop opposit and the train station a ten minute walk away. Plenty of parking. There is one Neighbour who may see callers but he would hav to stand outside all day to catch one. He can see nothing from inside his flat, likewise I can't see his callers or indeed himself. Think he has seen me half a dozen times. My door is down a wide entry way and once you pass the front property's nobody knows where you may be going. It's ideal and I love it.
 
#12
Like others I have been to most type of places... From the good to the bad to the ugly...
As long as I feel safe that is all that matters...
However, I recommend Schoolgirl Kate's as a place to visit. I was sure my sat nav had sent me to the wrong place...
 
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I took on a working flat earlier his year. It is not far from motorway with links to Liverpool, Chester, North Wales and Manchester. It's on a busy main road with a bus stop opposit and the train station a ten minute walk away. Plenty of parking. There is one Neighbour who may see callers but he would hav to stand outside all day to catch one. He can see nothing from inside his flat, likewise I can't see his callers or indeed himself. Think he has seen me half a dozen times. My door is down a wide entry way and once you pass the front property's nobody knows where you may be going. It's ideal and I love it.
Sounds perfect for you and clients. I must admit I don't like visiting places where you are really obvious and exposed - especially during the day.
 
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I was living here long before I started escorting, but my house isn't bad. Small town, five minutes from the M25, nearer a larger town. I'm on a main road, near some shops, so plenty of footfall, and no neighbours opposite. On-street parking is OK, or I'm a 15-minute walk from the local station.
 
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Houses are usually the worst. Suburban semis in cul-de-sacs? Absolutely horrifying.

Much prefer large apartment blocks with buzzer entry. Well chosen hotels are fine.

Incall location is the only aspect of a punt that gives me pause. Will sooner return to a good escort with a great incall place than a great escort working from a place that gives me the heebie jeebies.
 
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City centre for me, for two reasons:

1. Anonymity.

2. I work in the city centre in Leeds, so can nip out for some cheeky lunchtime fun whenever I fancy.

Generally speaking I use public transport wherever possible, so as close to a train station as possible is best.
 
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Safe parking is generally what I look for so don't really consider girls in Manchester City Centre cos it's a pain in the arse parking.

tcm
 
#18
my favourite is serviced apartments, usually good parking, anon and in decent nick.

Don't mind hotels and houses.

With the houses, I never ever park outside, always park around the corner and stroll round.
 
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I sort of understand the draw of apartment blocks, but one advantage my little Victorian house has (besides only one neighbour as I'm on the end of a row) is solid brick walls that provide excellent soundproofing! I think houses are fine if they're on a busyish road, and you don't any confusion about doors, buzzers etc. It's swings and roundabouts, really.
 
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Safe parking is generally what I look for so don't really consider girls in Manchester City Centre cos it's a pain in the arse parking.
tcm
I've have completely the opposite experience and frequently punt in Manchester city centre.
Very easy for parking, £2.50 or £3 on either a meter or in a carpark gives 3 to 4 hours and a short walk to lots of in-call apartments.

I visit during the daytime, but evening it's even easier especially after 8.00pm when the meters switch off.

I find Liverpool city centre far more difficult and the parking meter charges are higher.
 
#21
Likewise -
City centre for me, for two reasons:

1. Anonymity.

2. I work in the city centre in Leeds, so can nip out for some cheeky lunchtime fun whenever I fancy.

Generally speaking I use public transport wherever possible, so as close to a train station as possible is best.
Likewise, I have plenty of reason to be in the city centre but not somewhere out in the suburbs.

And somewhere on a public transport link wins every time as the last thing I need is an awkward to explain parking ticket or break in/accident with a tricky insurance claim.

So the Quayside in Newcastle is as good as anywhere as long as the entrance is discreet and some agency doesn't keep you hanging around for 10 minutes getting the flat number!
 
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#22
Generally prefer meets in serviced apartments.

Worse locations are quiet residential houses. Curtain twitcher territory!
 
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City centre above all, at a hotel I know others have worked at. Having a really large reception is absolutely not a must for me because I know some hotels just turn a blind eye, but it has really put off some clients. My last incall session was spent in such a ridiculously beautiful apartment (those exist in Plymouth!) but it was such a pain for security, like seriously embarrassingly so, and it was non-refundable too which is just way too risky. I don't get much choice because an incall apartment makes little sense for a part-timer. As long as it's got an okay reputation in the industry for workability, it's decent looking, the rooms are an okay size and it's got good transport links (and is close to a supermarket of some sort) then I'm happy. :) Anything else is a bonus!

I did some incalls at KinkyDirtyBitch's Chelsea studio a couple months back and I really liked it there, I like those kinds of very short-term workable apartments that you can hire - that's pretty much the dream but not much chance of it in Plymouth.
 
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Love city centres. In Newcastle I don't live there and arrive by train so anywhere central is perfect for me. Failing that somewhere on the metro. If I'm travelling elsewhere for work I am usually based in a centre also.
 
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