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    Hi,

    Id love to try some of the escorts advertised but am freaked that the hotel etc. will cop on and cause a fuss or that it would be too obvious etc..

    Any advice for a first timer, hotel? escorts?

    Cheers all

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    Quote Originally Posted by bankster View Post
    Hi,

    Id love to try some of the escorts advertised but am freaked that the hotel etc. will cop on and cause a fuss or that it would be too obvious etc..

    Any advice for a first timer, hotel? escorts?

    Cheers all
    A hotel thats busy and the lift is easy to get to without a key to access lift if you are visiting her. The Park is generally busy and the City is easy to get to lifts.

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    Hi, would anyone have any similar advice but for hotels in Limerick? Any advice is appreciated.

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    It's just your conscience at you.....you think when you walk into the hotel lobby everybody will look at you and know what you're up to there.....well unless they're clairvoyant, they wont. Loose the guilt complex brother. Arrive well ahead of your appointment with a copy of the Irish Times under your arm, facing outwards, so everyone can see it. Be reasonably well attired. Make for the bar, have a drink, non-alcoholic (you dont want to impede you performance). Then wander around to look for the toilets/restaurant, but make sure you find the lifts/stairs in the process. Make the call to announce your arrival and to get the room number, then proceed nonchalantly to your destination as if you own the place. Look out for lifts which can only be accesses by card-key. In this case, the escort will have to come down to meet you (a quite corner of the bar is usually good for this).

    Take that guilty look off your face and dont look at the security cameras......just ignore them. I trust that you've been in a hotel before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos marvado View Post
    It's just your conscience at you.....you think when you walk into the hotel lobby everybody will look at you and know what you're up to there.....well unless they're clairvoyant, they wont. Loose the guilt complex brother. Arrive well ahead of your appointment with a copy of the Irish Times under your arm, facing outwards, so everyone can see it. Be reasonably well attired. Make for the bar, have a drink, non-alcoholic (you dont want to impede you performance). Then wander around to look for the toilets/restaurant, but make sure you find the lifts/stairs in the process. Make the call to announce your arrival and to get the room number, then proceed nonchalantly to your destination as if you own the place. Look out for lifts which can only be accesses by card-key. In this case, the escort will have to come down to meet you (a quite corner of the bar is usually good for this).

    Take that guilty look off your face and dont look at the security cameras......just ignore them. I trust that you've been in a hotel before?

    Great advice Carlos. I was going to make exactly the same points. Have you been reading my mind!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlos marvado View Post
    It's just your conscience at you.....you think when you walk into the hotel lobby everybody will look at you and know what you're up to there.....well unless they're clairvoyant, they wont. Loose the guilt complex brother. Arrive well ahead of your appointment with a copy of the Irish Times under your arm, facing outwards, so everyone can see it. Be reasonably well attired. Make for the bar, have a drink, non-alcoholic (you dont want to impede you performance). Then wander around to look for the toilets/restaurant, but make sure you find the lifts/stairs in the process. Make the call to announce your arrival and to get the room number, then proceed nonchalantly to your destination as if you own the place. Look out for lifts which can only be accesses by card-key. In this case, the escort will have to come down to meet you (a quite corner of the bar is usually good for this).

    Take that guilty look off your face and dont look at the security cameras......just ignore them. I trust that you've been in a hotel before?
    Spot on Carlos..the most difficult is the key access lifts..but as long as you know in advance it makes it easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandan View Post
    Hi, would anyone have any similar advice but for hotels in Limerick? Any advice is appreciated.
    Hi Dandan...most Limerick ones are ok. A lot are key access. Clarion, Jurys and George are. Glentworth is easy to access. Absolute is ok to as the bar is upstairs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest View Post
    Great advice Carlos. I was going to make exactly the same points. Have you been reading my mind!!!
    Ehh no Forrest, I'm just one of the few that's clairvoyant.

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