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I do agree that O'hare is a central location and it does make sense for some people to use as a location.   It is easy access from all areas but Oakbrook has more interesting places to go to on your down time between appt.

It is very true about time difference in locations because traffic can be a nightmare during CONSTRUCTION SEASON....

But good things comes to those you wait or really want it...

Kisses
JC

Hello Chicago. We are planning a visit to your area and need a little bit of assistance.
What areas are convenient, easily accessible, and safe? Also, other than here, (ad boards) where do you search for providers? (every city seems to have their own favorite spot.)
Thank you in advance for your help I look forward to working with you in the very near future.
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Mia

The O'Hare area is the most convienient. Providers also stay downtown, or in the burbs, mainly Schaumburg or Oakbrook.
As far as other sites , I use roomservice2000, eros , and preffered411

Remember Greek, they want to know whats more convenient for "them" not you personally.  Otherwise they would have PM'd you.

If you were to ask other people they would say downtown is more convenient and a HELL of a LOT MORE things to do and see during the summer.  A lot of the providers stay in both places, they split up there time... Downtown and by the airport.

Like Greek, RS2k "seems" to be the spot to advertise.

Just my .02

SP

P.S.  One of my biggest pet peeves are providers that don't do THIER research and advertise that they are in "Chicago" when they are actually in Schaumburg or O'Hare (I know... A Chicago addy, but...). Let's remember there is a big difference... A 45mins - 2 hour difference.

Its the most centraly located area. Guys from the far burbs dont have to drive downtown. Guys from downtown dont have to drive all they way to the burbs. Isnt that "the most convienient" ?
Hey its just one guys opinion. I didnt post it as the bible, and I knew other guys would post their opinions...just as you did. No need to get pissed off over nothing.
Most providers Ive seen and meet cone here to "work" . Alot of them dont come to see plays , shop or go clubbing. If hats what they want..sure go downtown...but they also have to deal with traffic , expensive parking rates and much higher hotel rates.

Posted By: SnakePliskken
Remember Greek, they want to know whats more convenient for "them" not you personally.  Otherwise they would have PM'd you.

If you were to ask other people they would say downtown is more convenient and a HELL of a LOT MORE things to do and see during the summer.  A lot of the providers stay in both places, they split up there time... Downtown and by the airport.

Like Greek, RS2k "seems" to be the spot to advertise.

Just my .02

SP

P.S.  One of my biggest pet peeves are providers that don't do THIER research and advertise that they are in "Chicago" when they are actually in Schaumburg or O'Hare (I know... A Chicago addy, but...). Let's remember there is a big difference... A 45mins - 2 hour difference.

I do agree that O'hare is a central location and it does make sense for some people to use as a location.   It is easy access from all areas but Oakbrook has more interesting places to go to on your down time between appt.

It is very true about time difference in locations because traffic can be a nightmare during CONSTRUCTION SEASON....

But good things comes to those you wait or really want it...

Kisses
JC

to AVOID downtown because of traffic, parking, and not being able to get to me quick unless they work there. Ohare was the number one suggested spot, so that's where I will be staying since the bulk of clients requested it.  I doubt the ladies were asking what was best for them if they want to make money, but if they were just on vacation I could see downtown being the place to stay. Usually when providers ask where to stay, it's not to avoid making money lol. I did not read the post as "Where should we stay for sh*ts and giggles," but I have been wrong before.

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I do this and I do it intentionally.  If anyone is truly serious about seeing a lady, a small drive is not a big deal.  If it is, then we understand and it's all good; but don't down us for trying to be safe.  I do not want my EXACT location plastered all over the internet.  Not doing research has absolutely NOTHING to do with it for some of us.  

Posted By: SnakePliskken

P.S.  One of my biggest pet peeves are providers that don't do THIER research and advertise that they are in "Chicago" when they are actually in Schaumburg or O'Hare (I know... A Chicago addy, but...). Let's remember there is a big difference... A 45mins - 2 hour difference.


-- Modified on 6/1/2012 12:21:33 PM

Some gentleman appreciate the fact that I refuse to pay for a downtown hotel when I can get just as nice a place for less out in the burbs and will make the drive for a better rate.  If I stayed downtown, I would have to seriously upp my rates.

Posted By: fallonkelly
I do this and I do it intentionally.  If anyone is truly serious about seeing a lady, a small drive is not a big deal.  If it is, then we understand and it's all good; but don't down us for trying to be safe.  I do not want my EXACT location plastered all over the internet.  Not doing research has absolutely NOTHING to do with it for some of us.  
Posted By: SnakePliskken

P.S.  One of my biggest pet peeves are providers that don't do THIER research and advertise that they are in "Chicago" when they are actually in Schaumburg or O'Hare (I know... A Chicago addy, but...). Let's remember there is a big difference... A 45mins - 2 hour difference.


-- Modified on 6/1/2012 12:21:33 PM

Areas ? I prefer downtown, other areas are by O'Hare and Oakbrook. Other than here, I search on RS2000. Some beautiful women on your webpage, but, I did not see any rates.

-- Modified on 5/29/2012 10:16:15 AM

The experienced providers who travel here regularly usually will split their time between the O'Hare area and one of the hotels near the Loop. I'm sure some of the local providers can let you know offline which hotels near the Loop are good ones (some of them require key cards to take the elevator for example and you don't want those).

Welcome to Chicago!

Thanks for your help guys!! Sounds like we may need to cover both O'Hare and downtown.
Also- rates are 300.hr.
We will be visiting very soon.
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Mia

Like the others, I agree that splitting time between downtown and O'hare or other western burbs is a good way to go.  What I wanted to add, was that most downtown hotels and a few in the burbs charge a lot of money for parking.  This can add $12 to $25 to the cost of the appointment.  Keep this in mind. Again, just my two cents.

I'm going to answer your question from a couple of perspectives. As far as safety, Chicago is as safe as any large metropolitan area.  Does that mean you should go un escorted down most streets at 3am?  No, but if you have any street smarts and are savvy recognizing this is a large urban area, you will be safe.

Convenient and accessible...if you are referring to yourself and getting to and from O'Hare airport, then staying in areas near O'Hare are fine. There are taxis and courtesy shuttles that will get you to the airport. Equally, if you are staying in downtown Chicago, our public transportation will get you downtown from O'Hare and there are taxis available.  If you are flying into Midway airport, I would suggest staying downtown and not at the hotels near Midway.

If you are renting a car, staying near O'Hare is pretty convenient.  There are several restaurants nearby and you are 20 minutes away from Schaumburg Illinois which has decent restaurants and shopping. Same if you drive to downtown Chicago, with the added bonus of more variety of nightlife and cultural attractions. The downside of having a car downtown?  Cost. Parking is very expensive. For the price of daily parking downtown, you could probably take a couple of nice roundtrip cab rides to various places and most certainly, you can walk; you will be within a few miles or pretty much anything.

There are areas such as Oakbrook and Schaumburg Illinois where you could certainly stay, but imo O'Hare and downtown provide the most flexibility overall for your needs.  

From a hobbyists perspective:

We are geographically dispersed, there will always be some complaint regardless where you stay. Having said that I prefer properties in Oak Brook and Schaumburg because you don't have to pay for parking.  Next would be O'Hare and finally downtown because of the traffic and the cost to park. If I see someone downtown, I like to see them between 10am and 2pm, or after 7pm to avoid the traffic and many garages may have reduced rates.

But does 5'8 Hannah look and awful lot like 5'8 Marissa ?
http://blueflamemodels.com/model/hannah/
http://blueflamemodels.com/model/marissa/
And, 5'3 hazel eyes Brooke look and awful lot like 5'3 hazel eyes Veronica ?
http://blueflamemodels.com/model/brooke/
http://blueflamemodels.com/model/veronica/
And, do they all sort of look like each other ?

I noticed that too but click on some of the reviewer links. Most of them are whitelisted. One guy has been whitelisted by 13 separate providers, some of whom have well over 100 reviews themselves. If it's not legit then someone would have had to hack a lot of accounts. I think it's just a newer agency.

Seriously, many agencies that are new will double up on girls to make it look like they have more than they actually do..not saying this is the case here, but it is more common than you think. As long as the girl you choose is the same one in the picture, I don't see what difference it makes if Marissa and whomever are the very same girl. You pick either one and you get the same one lol.

Yes! Please do plan your visit. Regiter for RS2K and link your Models TER reviews to ads. I think you'll have a Very successful visit!If everything looks good I know I'm in. The split time idea is the way to go.

Chiguy

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