W: Hello, Sir, and what would you like today?
M: What's today's special?
W: Ah, today is fried chicken prepared with potatoes and hot peppers.
M: Oh, I don't really like hot food.
W: Well, we also have fresh sea fish, very fish cooked with lemon or sea crab fried in the cream source.
M: They sound delicious, but I'm not really in the mood for fish today. What meat dish would you recommend?
W: The pork covered with peanut source is very good, or we have beef with mushrooms.
M: Oh, I love mushrooms. I'll have that.
W: Fine, and the drink? We have wine, cola or fruit juice.
M: Well, noon is too early for me to drink wine. I don't think it would be good to return my office drunk. I'd better have the fruit juice.
W: Yes, Sir, I'll bring the drink to your table immediately, and your meal should be ready in about fifteen minutes.
M: Ok, we only have two days in London to see as much as possible before we go back to Scotland.
W: Yeah, summer has passed so quickly. I can't believe we had to get back to university already. I did miss my teacher after all.
M: Let's not think that but now. Let's think about where to go.
W: Why don't we start for the Tower of London. Is that far from here?
M: According to the map, it's pretty close. We just walk straight down this road until we reach the Time's River, then we turn right and walk along the river for about 500 meters.
W: Terrific! I also want to visit the Wax Museum. It's full of wax statues of very famous people, like Beckham and Yao Ming.
M: Umm, that's pretty far, way too far to walk.
W: What about hiring some bikes? We can ride there.
M: Maybe, but London is so big. I'm not sure we can see everything in two days even on bikes.
W: We can go on one of big red tourist buses. They go pass most of the landmarks in the city.
M: But if we want to get on off somewhere, we'll waste our money.
W: Not at all. You can get on or off any of tourist buses by showing your ticket. We can use it for 24 hours.
M: Perfect! Let's go and get our tickets now.