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Fleer
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Username: Fleer

Post Number: 73
Registered: 4-2003

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Posted on Sunday, December 21, 2003 - 4:41 pm:   

Germany is cheaper, interesting that the FKK clubs like Parksauna and PHG near the Dutch border are over run with guys from Holland. Which leads me to believe that Germany offers more service at lower prices. Holland {pre EURO change) was better and you saw Germans in Amsterdam. Now it's reversed. The women in both countries are superior in looks, age, eagerness and quality than Nevada. I've been to about 28 ranches in Nevada and while I use them rarely, they are not as good of a deal. The attractive women you do find in Pahrumf or Moundhouse are far too expensive. Especially when compared to the $50 30 minute rates of Germany. Holland although more expensive then Germany is still cheaper and better then Nevada.

Nevada does have it's place as the LEGAL paid sex destination of the US, you won't find many asians or europeans customers going as they have far better options. That should tell you something. Recently the prices have gone down at the ranches along the 95 north of Vegas (north of the Cherry Patch). $100 gets you decent service and I thank management for being more upfront about things. Looks wise the women are not as young, attractive or eager as their Euro counter parts but if in Nevada it does the trick.

Then there are the Nevada $500 class brothel girls which is about an hour (one cum) service which with that I can buy airfare and have better service at $50 for 30 minutes. I suggest you don't take my word for this and go and try yourself before judging Europe.

This is my humble opinion from my world travels. Hope this helps?

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