Sally:'Where are you staying while you're here?'
Raul:'In the Churchill Hotel in Marble Arch. It's a nice hotel and I have views of Hyde Park. Sally, while I'm in London, what would you recommend to do? Do you have any suggestions?'
Sally:'London's a very big city with so much to see and do. What types of things are you interested in?'
Raul:'Lots of things. I like museums, restaurants, the theatre.'
Sally:'A lot of people like the Natural History Museum, but I think it's overrated. It's not as good as people think. It's more for children than adults. For me, it's nothing special.'
Raul:'I'm more interested in human history than the history of plants and animals.'
Sally:'Well, you can't miss the British Museum then. It's one of the best museums in the world for human history.'
Raul:'I've heard about it. I'd love to see it. But I do have a question. How do I get to the British Museum. Can I walk there? Or is there a underground station close to it?'
Sally:'Yes, you can take the underground there. You need to get off at a station called Holborn and it's a 5 minute walk to the museum from there.'
Raul:'Are there any interesting plays on at the theatre at the moment. Would you recommend going to see a play called 'the mouse trap'?'
Sally:'It's all right. It's not very good, but it's also not bad. I saw a play two weeks ago called 'temptation' about the financial crisis. It's an excellent play. If you get an opportunity, you should go and see it.'
Raul:'I'll have to check it out. Which theatre is it on at?'
Sally:'It's on at the Old Vic theatre. Also, you should visit Windsor. It's an hour out of London, but there's a beautiful castle there.'
Raul:'I'm only here for two more days, so I doubt I'll have time to go there this time.'
Sally:'When you're next over you should go and visit it.'
Raul:'And the opera? Any recommendations?'
Sally:'I'm afraid that it isn't my cup of tea. I like rock music. So, I'm not the best person to ask, sorry. We could go out for a few drinks tonight if you haven't already got any plans?'
Raul:'No, I haven't. I'd really like to do that.'