Bed and breakfast? This would be more comfortable than the Bell and Dragon.
Rising Action (1)
Billy weaver, a seventeen years old boy, just relocated from London to Bath and was looking for a place to stay
Rising Action (2)
How much do you charge?
That's fantastically cheap
As Billy was walking to the Bell and Dragon, he noticed a Bed and Breakfast sign on the window of the boarding house. He looked inside the house and it looked warm and cozy.
Rising Action (3)
I'm so lucky
Excuse my asking but haven't there been anyone else here in 2-3 years?
Billy made up his mind to stay at the boardinghouse. He walked up to the door and rang the bell, but he didn't have to wait for a minute before the door opened. As soon as billy rang the bell the door opened and an old lady appeared and said "Welcome. I've been waiting for you
As Billy entered the house, he noticed that there was no other coat on the coat rack. As the Landlady told him how much he'd have to pay, Billy was thinking about how cheap it was, and the Landlady gave him a little tour of the house.
“Five and sixpence a night, including breakfast.”
As soon as his tour was over, Billy went to unpack his luggage, his landlady came up to his room and told him that he needed to sign the guestbook. when he went downstairs to sign the book, he noticed that the names in the book seemed familiar.
The names Gregory Temple and Christopher Mullholand kept Billy thinking. he kept saying how he knew those names and how they were connected. He asked his landlady if there was anyone else that came to the boardinghouse in 2-3 years and she replied: "No my dear, only you."