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    Discretion using SPs while travelling with co-worker?

    New member but been a lurker for some time. I only travel to Montreal occasionally and have found the board very helpful.

    I am wondering what advice some can give about seeing an outcall SP while traveling with a nosey co-worker staying in the same hotel? I've met with SPs before while travelling alone or with understanding friends but discretion is a must in regards to the co-worker. Unless I get some advice that didn't already occur to me, I'm most probably stuck trying to schedule very late night appointments during times when my co-worker will not be expecting my presence or seeing a provider going in/out of my room with or without me. I don't like incall services and to my understanding finding a good one downtown is not common, so I would prefer avoiding that.

    How does one successfully navigate these waters?

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    If your Co-worker is a smoker - request a non-smoking floor, or vice-versa - that way you will surely not be in the vicinity of your co-worker. Otherwise, simply request a higher floor, lower floor, etc.

    Melanie

    Quote Originally Posted by BigPickle
    Unless I get some advice that didn't already occur to me, I'm most probably stuck trying to schedule very late night appointments during times when my co-worker will not be expecting my presence or seeing a provider going in/out of my room with or without me.

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    I am stumped

    If rooms at Chablis can be booked by the hour, I'm presuming this would have to be done in person as I don't see any way of booking like that over the Internet. But if that is the case what if they have no rooms available when I want one? This option may be viable for locals but I'm coming from out of town and it seems too variable since I prefer to book ahead of time with reputable agencies.

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    By default, some hotels will assign rooms that are no close-by for company booking more than one room unless it's requested. I've been to lots of places with coworker and never had a room on the same floor as them unless it was a small place.
    You can pretend you have to meet some acquintance outside when in fact, you will just stay in your room waiting for your date to get there. Don't say you're staying in because your coworker might pay you a visit! You have to say you're going out.

    Good luck!

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    Thanks for that tip. I've traveled with this coworker before and he always requests to have rooms on the same floor so I will need to think of a polite and legit-sounding workaround. We share many acquaintances so the claim that Iíll be heading out to meet some people will not fly which is why I think Iíll be stuck with just very late or early morning time to play.

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    Cool

    HELLO!
    Incall buddy. There are three on Sherbrooke near St Laurent alone.

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    Come on! I'm certain you can find an old "school buddy" you haven't seen in years and who now lives in Montreal? You don't know your coworkers since kindergarden, don't you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Board Stiff
    HELLO!
    Incall buddy. There are three on Sherbrooke near St Laurent alone.
    do you mind telling me which ones? I live in that area.. I think ABC and ZZ are in this area, not sure what the third is. thanks!

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