Venue transitions are some of the most fraught moments in any seduction.
The time from when you leave one venue and are en route to another introduces a lot of variability -- and hence, many potential wildcards -- into what might have been to that point a smooth, steady, by-the-book seduction.
Every experienced guy has multiple stories of girls he had on-lock whom he then lost due to some dumb or ridiculous event outside his control during the transition.
It was all fine until he tried to get her out of there, then things went off the rails between spots.
There are, however, things you can do to keep the vibe as light and fun as possible during transitions.
This doesn't just make the transition more enjoyable. It also makes the transition less fragile.
Think of the transition as a bridge from one stage of the seduction to another.
You don't want to drive your car across a shaky bridge with loose wooden planks, do you?
Far better to drive across a solid brick-and-masonry construction that is guaranteed to get you safely across.
That's what a good transition is: a solid bridge from one stage to the next.
And 'fun' is the brick and masonry that makes transitions solid.