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    Advice - Crossing to Montreal for Getaway

    Hi everyone. I am a new member of this site but not new to the hobby. I was a myredbook member, memeber of USGA, and have some reviews on TER. I am from Wisconsin and will be in Detroit for a work convention. I decided to take three days off after the convention and INTEND to cross the border into Canada via driving. I say intend because I am afraid of not being able to get in (OWI almost 5 years ago) but since I will be near the border, I might as well try!

    First off, I smile everytime I frequent MERB because comparing it to the US, Montreal is paradise for hobbying. I intend to be in town, granted I get through the border, on a wednesday until friday, maybe even saturday depending on how I "feel".

    I have been frequently checking out the agencies and OMFG!!! I might just have a heart attack .....if i can somehow set up an appointment! The days that I do check the agencies' postings, almost all the models are booked! Can anyone help give me some advice to help me increase my chances of being able to set up an appointment with some of these drop dead gorgeous Montreal women? I am assuming prebooking a day or two in advance is best but I will only be in Montreal for a short period of time. Is there some kind of long waitlist? I appreciate any and all advice.

    Lastly, a question. In the states, from my experience, i have only had two rendezvous where having an hour appointment actually last and hour. Most times, I opt for a half hour because I know I dont have the stamina to last an hour with only one shot and the girl or I will be out the door within 20-30 minutes. Does an hour appointment actually mean the full hour, MSOG (multiple shot on goal), etc?

    Thanks in advance to anyone and everyone who helps!

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    Yes, an hour is an hour, and MSOG is the standard. You will also be pleasantly surprised that BBBJ is standard instead of CBJs. Montreal is a great place. Redbook was on the lower end of US mongering, so Montreal will certainly be a step up from anyone you saw using Redbook or usasexguide. The $200 Canadian providers are generally equivalent to the typical $400-$500 an hour US escorts, who do generally stay the full hour and allow multiples, by the way.

    The agency that often lists most of its providers as fully booked is certainly a fantastic agency, but that is the exception to the rule. If you will read the reviews, you can make a list of six or so agencies and it is a certainty that one of them will have someone available that you want to see.

    I am a little confused about crossing from Detroit. If you do so by car, you realize you will be in Windsor, not Montreal, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron View Post
    I am a little confused about crossing from Detroit. If you do so by car, you realize you will be in Windsor, not Montreal, correct?
    bl3ujay07...Windsor to Montreal is about an eight and a half hour drive...depending on traffic going through Toronto. Just info for you...in case you didn't realize that.

    Hope you manage to have a great time if you make it there.

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    Prepare to have difficulties at the border. This information from the Canadian immigration site: "If you have been convicted of driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs, you will probably be found criminally inadmissible to Canada."
    Check out the link for options: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...admissibility/

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    I have a house in the US and I know a bunch of guys
    DWI record and forget it you will not cross the border!
    You need aftr so many year to ask for your record to be erased

    If you should find that you can cross, You should fly to Platsburg NY and rent a car for a 45 minutes drive to Montreal

    Have fun we own the best girl in the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron View Post
    Yes, an hour is an hour, and MSOG is the standard. You will also be pleasantly surprised that BBBJ is standard instead of CBJs. Montreal is a great place. Redbook was on the lower end of US mongering, so Montreal will certainly be a step up from anyone you saw using Redbook or usasexguide. The $200 Canadian providers are generally equivalent to the typical $400-$500 an hour US escorts, who do generally stay the full hour and allow multiples, by the way.

    The agency that often lists most of its providers as fully booked is certainly a fantastic agency, but that is the exception to the rule. If you will read the reviews, you can make a list of six or so agencies and it is a certainty that one of them will have someone available that you want to see.

    I am a little confused about crossing from Detroit. If you do so by car, you realize you will be in Windsor, not Montreal, correct?
    i agree with redbook being on the lower end of the hobby in the US and how the rates in Montreal is so much favorable for those of us in the US visiting. I hobby often so seeing $500+ /hr providers is not an economical option for me. With the exchange rate right now, if I can get into Canada, I'll be smiling all the way to the bank!

    I am am aware of the long drive to Montreal from Canada. I have booked a flight and hotel two years ago for Montreal but had to make last minute changes to my itenerary the night of the flight after have read up on OWI and getting in via flight. At least if I get turned down at the border, I won't be loosing so much money. Plus this time, I booked a hotel that would allow me to cancel the reservation up to the date of which helps tremendously.

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    I suspect that the good folks in Windsor have caught on to this whole sex for money thing, so I can't help but be curious what the scene is there. Michigan is one of the least hobby-friendly states in the U.S., primarily because the local office of the federal government in Detroit hates prostitution. It was the Detroit office of the FBI that went after the largest agency in the U.S.. Miami Companions.

    Detroit ain't what it used to be, but there have to be a few rich guys that go from Detriot to Windsor for the weekend for fun.

    You might want to check the TER reviews for Windsor. A quick google search reveals the existence of Windsor escort services.

    This seems grounds for expungement of the old DUI in the States. Judge, look at this round trip driving I have to do through rural Canada to get an affordable hour with an escort compared to U.S. pricing instead of just taking a two-hour direct flight from Detroit because I never know when the Canadians will hassle me, so I do not want to buy a nonrefundable plane ticket.

    This is almost as bad as c-36. I could understand denying a car rental because of a DUI, but why the hell can't someone fly in and use mass transit? It makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron View Post
    I could understand denying a car rental because of a DUI, but why the hell can't someone fly in and use mass transit? It makes no sense.
    I interpreted this as driving across the border, not flying

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    Quote Originally Posted by bl3ujay07 View Post
    i agree with redbook being on the lower end of the hobby in the US and how the rates in Montreal is so much favorable for those of us in the US visiting. I hobby often so seeing $500+ /hr providers is not an economical option for me. With the exchange rate right now, if I can get into Canada, I'll be smiling all the way to the bank!

    I am am aware of the long drive to Montreal from Canada. I have booked a flight and hotel two years ago for Montreal but had to make last minute changes to my itenerary the night of the flight after have read up on OWI and getting in via flight. At least if I get turned down at the border, I won't be loosing so much money. Plus this time, I booked a hotel that would allow me to cancel the reservation up to the date of which helps tremendously.
    You should really to get your record cleared. You can do after 5 years in Michigan. Will cost you money and time, but after that no more restriction

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    Quote Originally Posted by smuler View Post
    I interpreted this as driving across the border, not flying

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    Yes, I mismanaged my flow of thoughts.

    It might be a reasonable exercise of government and police power to prohibit someone with a DUI from crossing the border in a car, or from keeping someone with a DUI from renting a car. This is a stretch, but maybe.

    But no rational reason exists to prohibit a tourist from flying in and taking cabs and mass transit. If they wanted to keep tourists with prior DUIs from renting a car, they could create a Form as a person enters immigration that has a box for Allowed to Rent a Car, and Not Allowed.

    Most tourists who fly in do not want yo rent a car, anyway. So Canada loses a lot of tourist dollars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalimon View Post
    You should really to get your record cleared. You can do after 5 years in Michigan. Will cost you money and time, but after that no more restriction
    Did you ever get a price quote to get your record expunged ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron View Post
    Yes, I mismanaged my flow of thoughts.

    It might be a reasonable exercise of government and police power to prohibit someone with a DUI from crossing the border in a car, or from keeping someone with a DUI from renting a car. This is a stretch, but maybe.

    But no rational reason exists to prohibit a tourist from flying in and taking cabs and mass transit. If they wanted to keep tourists with prior DUIs from renting a car, they could create a Form as a person enters immigration that has a box for Allowed to Rent a Car, and Not Allowed.

    Most tourists who fly in do not want yo rent a car, anyway. So Canada loses a lot of tourist dollars.
    I agree with you it's really crazy to refuse entry to your country for someone with a DUI charge 5 years ago!

    By the way you could also fill this form http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...ty/permits.asp to ask for a visiting permit, but you need to state a valid reason. Visiting the beautiful SP of Montreal might not be the best reason to give, unfortunately

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jalimon View Post
    I agree with you it's really crazy to refuse entry to your country for someone with a DUI charge 5 years ago!

    By the way you could also fill this form http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/informa...ty/permits.asp to ask for a visiting permit, but you need to state a valid reason. Visiting the beautiful SP of Montreal might not be the best reason to give, unfortunately

    Cheers,
    And the $200 fee makes it even harder to drive those 8 hours each way to achieve the Canadian price difference.

    Still surprised there is no Werb (Windsor Escort Review Board) experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron View Post
    It might be a reasonable exercise of government and police power to prohibit someone with a DUI from crossing the border in a car, or from keeping someone with a DUI from renting a car. This is a stretch, but maybe.

    But no rational reason exists to prohibit a tourist from flying in and taking cabs and mass transit. If they wanted to keep tourists with prior DUIs from renting a car, they could create a Form as a person enters immigration that has a box for Allowed to Rent a Car, and Not Allowed.

    Most tourists who fly in do not want yo rent a car, anyway. So Canada loses a lot of tourist dollars.
    The admissibility has nothing to do with renting a car. DUI is a criminal charge in Canada, if you have been convicted of this crime, you are then a convicted criminal in their eyes, and therefore not welcome here. I've heard many stories of people being turned away, both at land and air crossings. Border agents can be jerks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiannas View Post
    The admissibility has nothing to do with renting a car. DUI is a criminal charge in Canada, if you have been convicted of this crime, you are then a convicted criminal in their eyes, and therefore not welcome here. I've heard many stories of people being turned away, both at land and air crossings. Border agents can be jerks.
    What I meant was the people making the rules were not mental giants.

    There is perhaps some desire to protect the local populace from those with a propensity to drive drunk. So keeping them from driving perhaps makes some sense if you are the unforgiving type.

    But a car is a hindrance in Montreal, and a great number of those flying in never consider renting a car. Why let them fly in and then deny them entry for an automobile violation? Perhaps that does not really happen. If it does, I wonder if they havevto stash in the airport until a seat opens up. And Montreal loses the tourism revenue that guy would have spent.

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