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Thread: Difference Between GFE in YYZ vs. YUL

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    Difference Between GFE in YYZ vs. YUL

    Yes, I am a newbie. So I fess up immediately. For you more seasoned veterans, is there a difference in interpretation of GFE service offerings in Toronto vs. what we generally accept as GFE in Montreal? If so, what are the deltas?

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    Among knowledgeable hobbyists and honest indies and agencies the definition of GFE remains the same in both cities: DFK, DATY, , MSOG

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    What the hell is YYZ and YUL????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regis
    What the hell is YYZ and YUL????
    Respectively the Toronto and Montreal Airports designation codes.

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    Thank-you to those who replied.

    I am curious and must ask then, if the interpretation is the same in both cities, why this reverance on this board for Montreal companions? You have beautiful women in YYZ as you have here who offer the same services. Is it a question of Cdn Anglophones being enamored with the French joie de vivre and savoir faire ici as well as unilingual Americans? I am not being disrespectful to anyone here. I am only trying to understand. I am a multi-lingual Cdn who speaks 5 languages fluently and who was born in Montreal and who had lived here for many years.

    This reverance of the posters boarders on the mythical. I lived here and come back fairly often. Being a Cdn, I go to YYZ many times a year and have great experiences there as here. Why the reverance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreyRaven
    Thank-you to those who replied.

    I am curious and must ask then, if the interpretation is the same in both cities, why this reverance on this board for Montreal companions? You have beautiful women in YYZ as you have here who offer the same services. Is it a question of Cdn Anglophones being enamored with the French joie de vivre and savoir faire ici as well as unilingual Americans? I am not being disrespectful to anyone here. I am only trying to understand. I am a multi-lingual Cdn who speaks 5 languages fluently and who was born in Montreal and who had lived here for many years.

    This reverance of the posters boarders on the mythical. I lived here and come back fairly often. Being a Cdn, I go to YYZ many times a year and have great experiences there as here. Why the reverance?
    GR,
    Reverence is too strong a word but I think I understand your point. I`m a multilingual American and I`ve spent considerably more time in Montreal than in Toronto so there might be some built-in bias here. But based on my personal experience, I find that all things (e.g., service) being equal, the Quebecoises are more polite, easier to banter with, more genuine and generally less jaded than the ladies in Toronto. Granted this is a generalization, but if there is an sp in Toronto other than a Montreal transplant who does not fit those stereotypes, I`d love to hear about her
    A demander: une cochonne Quebecoise ou Allemande avec qui le sol se derobe sous mes pieds!

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    Thank-you Picasso,

    I was trying to see the difference being a split personality now since my youth between YYZ and YUL and was really trying to understand what it is about YUL that seems so infectious. I have lived her and simply do not get it. Perhaps it is because I have lived here for many years of my life, I do not know. I do get gequivalent service in YYZ and Picasso, if you do not mind, I will PM you with answers.

    As for the other posting below yours by Mxima, I am a newbie who has been suplanted from YUL. I learned of the existence of this board and the other one in early December '05 (had I know about it before, it would have saved me alot of money since I have used an SP only thrice in my home town and had been burned wice by what I would call UFO agencies. I did not know there was similar YYZ board until that time. To be honest with all, it is exasperating to any newbie to be constantly shot down as shills, or full of shit by the veterans, etc. Yes I am newbie here and proud of it. What I see is this board is for those who have been around the block too many times. Sorry for irrating those men. If this is what this is all about, so be it.

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    Picasso offered a lucid response. What you . Maxima, offered, I cannot say.

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    I am not adverse to any interrogation. I would suggest Maxima get a life before counting my threas. You ought to be emabarrased...

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    The same GFE is available from Montreal SPs at significantly less rates.

    On avg, $140-160 in Montreal vs. $220-250 for Toronto.

    At Toronto rates, there's almost no point for me to cross the border. I might as well see SPs at home in the USA. But Montreal rates make the trip worthwhile.

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    Thank-you Mr.James Bond for your reply. I prefer YUL over YYZ because of location to my ex-pat city. Unfortunately, I find myself in YYZ too many times and cannot afort a n out-pocket deversion to YUL too many times. I like it here only because I lived here for so many years and know the local flavor, if you know what I mean. YYZ is not bad either in experience, but I find there are less good vs. bad experiences.

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