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  1. #3242
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Jalimon and Chubzy Max for some good advice. Yeah, I think if I wait until perhaps May / June the better. Can't underestimate the seasonal aspect of the Northern cities.
    There may be a good concert while your in town. I saw Radiohead at bell Centre, nice venue, great show. Also check out the MLS impact. Nice pitch, great facility, fans were awesome, very welcoming!

    F1 in June dude if your into it!

  2. #3241
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaf003  [View Original Post]
    I was there in November. Lines go all the way around the block. Expect a 2-3 hour wait.

    You might get lucky if it's cold and rainy out, then it'll only be an hour wait.

    Go early because I go in the afternoon and they don't have the stuff in stock.

    The legal weed scene is a total mess because these idiots don't know what they're doing.
    Thanks for the info. Can you pm me some of the locations you recommend.

    TIA.

  3. #3240

    Visiting Montreal.

    Hello all!

    I will be visiting the beautiful city of Montreal from 21st Jan. Till 26 Jan.

    Started reading the forum for the same! Would appreciate any tips / inputs / contacts from senior members there! Would love to meet fellow members for a drink.

    Cheers,

    ForePlayKing.

  4. #3239
    Thanks Jalimon and Chubzy Max for some good advice. Yeah, I think if I wait until perhaps May / June the better. Can't underestimate the seasonal aspect of the Northern cities.

  5. #3238
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Jalimon, can you give me advise on staying in Le Plateau vs. DowntownMontreal? I'm sure you also know some watering holes that have a more mature crowd. Thanks in advance for any advice.
    On LE Plateau I would suggest to stay near mont-royal street between st-laurent (west) and Christophe-columb (east). It's still in my opinion the best area of Montreal. You will need to be ready to mangle with the locals much more. Not many tourist there. Mont-royal street has many nice restaurants, pubs and bars. My favorites remains Bily Kun and Plan be. These places have been around for more then 20 years. La Distillerie No2, Chez Baptiste, But there are so many others. I usually bar hop. Not too far try to enter Chez Serge to watch a Habs game. It's been 4-5 years but I heard it's still as crazy. 3 times I was there many girl would hop on the bar and show their tits when the Habs scores Never rooted for my home team that much haha Many Airbnb in that area. Now I have read your post again and you may be a bit early to truly benefit from that area. Best are hot spring and summer night when girls walked around with no bra and short skirt grrrr.

    Downtown I would highly suggest to move just south and hit griffintown. That area is about half English speaking. Much more then on the Plateau. And you are still close to downtown.

    Inded my go to bar is thebiermarkt. Especially to meet friends that I hook up on Merb. It's huge, the beer is good and there is a nice crowd. From Monday to Friday I like The Keg (the bar area not the restaurant) just nearby.

    Cheers,

  6. #3237
    Quote Originally Posted by Bizzie  [View Original Post]
    Nicky, last year, from a now defunct agency.

    It's killing me. I have to get back there.
    Really nice!

    The lady's ok too.

  7. #3236
    Nicky, last year, from a now defunct agency.

    It's killing me. I have to get back there.
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  8. #3235
    Quote Originally Posted by WyattEarp  [View Original Post]
    Jalimon, can you give me advise on staying in Le Plateau vs. DowntownMontreal? I'm sure you also know some watering holes that have a more mature crowd. Thanks in advance for any advice.
    https://www.thebiermarkt.com/en/locations/montreal.html

    Have fun mate.

  9. #3234
    Jalimon, can you give me advise on staying in Le Plateau vs. DowntownMontreal? I'm sure you also know some watering holes that have a more mature crowd. Thanks in advance for any advice.

  10. #3233
    Quote Originally Posted by Kaf003  [View Original Post]
    I was there in November. Lines go all the way around the block. Expect a 2-3 hour wait.

    You might get lucky if it's cold and rainy out, then it'll only be an hour wait.

    Go early because I go in the afternoon and they don't have the stuff in stock.

    The legal weed scene is a total mess because these idiots don't know what they're doing.
    But that was because it was brand new. That craziness has ended right?

    Pay cash!

  11. #3232
    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick207  [View Original Post]
    Will be arriving in Montreal in next few weeks. Does anybody have any experience in stores that sell Marijuana which is now legal for purchase and consumption in Quebec. You may private message me as well. Will share my escapades upon my return. TIA.
    I was there in November. Lines go all the way around the block. Expect a 2-3 hour wait.

    You might get lucky if it's cold and rainy out, then it'll only be an hour wait.

    Go early because I go in the afternoon and they don't have the stuff in stock.

    The legal weed scene is a total mess because these idiots don't know what they're doing.

  12. #3231
    Quote Originally Posted by GMAplus  [View Original Post]
    I have had the pleasure to have seen Rose 3

    Upon meeting her, she's evokes the most popular girl in your high school / college class: facially very pretty, her slender body impeccably dressed; her demeanor warm, welcoming, and friendly; her personality captivatingly warm, wonderful and intelligent. She is overall simply gorgeous.

    Both super GFE and sexually hungry in the bedroom, she has some interesting moves that belie her sweet and innocent vibe. Together, we experienced one of the most gratifying sexual experiences in my life, perhaps because we clicked so well together. But the unique thing about Rose, from reading her reviews elsewhere and knowing how difficult she is to book, is that every single guy seems to feel that he has a uniquely special connection with Rose. LOL..
    I think my New Years resolution is to love you more than I did last year Prof.

    Thanks for the review.

  13. #3230

    Seeking some High Times

    Will be arriving in Montreal in next few weeks. Does anybody have any experience in stores that sell Marijuana which is now legal for purchase and consumption in Quebec. You may private message me as well. Will share my escapades upon my return. TIA.

  14. #3229

    Unicorns.

    The Unicorns agency is dissolving. No specific reason was given.

    Most of the ladies are announcing plans to go independent.

    One, Betty Vicious, has established a website as an independent. She had developed a good reputation for being one of the "heavier" BDSM players (in the lingo of BDSM) of the group while still doing full-service GFE as part of the session. Betty has a bit of an alternative look with her hairstyle, which some guys like and some don't. She is a switch BDSM who subs or doms (or both). Her new website details her service offerings.

    https://www.bettyvicious.fun

    As far as finding the other Unicorns such as Hannah and Tiffany, they have been making announcements on Twitter regarding phone numbers and email addresses. Sonia, who was an extremely highly-reviewed Unicorn, has said she is in the process of deciding what direction to go. Probably easiest to find their profiles by following the Unicorn's (Jasmine's) Twitter account and looking for retweets and seeing who Follows her on twitter. I will try to post new websites as the ladies get independent websites or join agencies.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/unicornfor3some?lang=en

  15. #3228
    I'm trying to plan a late winter / early spring visit to our beloved Montreal. I'm thinking of taking in a Habs game.

    I usually stay in the St. Denis and St. Laurent area. I like walking around here. I like the restaurants, the bars and shops in this area. I guess this would be the Southeastern part of the Le Plateau neighborhood. I've seen some AirBnB places in the Center near Old Montreal. I was interested in the opinions of other travelers.

    First, if I stay in an AirBnB I might prefer a condo building over a walk-up building. There are some in Le Plateau. Maybe more in the Center. While I will probably do mostly incall, some of the Vogue models look interesting. (Although, Vogue seems to present many inactive models on their website.) I'm not sure I want the neighbors (and perhaps the owner) seeing young girls knocking on the door. Something about elevators makes me think privacy.

    Second, it's nice to stay in an area where you can find dining and nighttime activities. I've had some great meals in Old Montreal, but I remember the places to be a bit more formal. It's always awkward dining alone in a fairly nice restaurant. I generally don't go to these places when traveling alone. Le Plateau seems to offer more casual options.

    As a final question, are there any good bars for the middle-age crowd to hang out? I like to get out when I'm not mongering. I have no problem striking-up conversations with strangers. However, why do I have this feeling that every local I run into will know why I am there. Perhaps I need to say I'm there combining business, pleasure and hockey.

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