Hmmmm! So many places out there, but I still need to go to "The Bell and Dragon" place.
It's really tiresome today. What can we do today?
We can go to a coffee shop.
Wow! There is a place over there. The place is called "BED AND BREAKFAST". Let's go and see that place.
Billy Weaver just got off the train. He is 17 years old and an inspiring person. He was wearing a new navy-blue coat, a new brown trilby hat, and a new brown suit.
What a big place I am going to. I am really interested to know about this place.
He walked briskly down the street. He was trying to do everything briskly these days. There were no shops on this wide street. Besides, he was walking along only a line of tall houses on each side.
I saw the notice in the window and I was wondering about a room.
Well, I already knew it, and for sure it's all ready for you my dear.
Thank you! Anyways, I was on my way to "The Bell and Dragon" place. But the notice in your window just happened to catch my eye. How much do you charge?
When Billy was walking, he caught sight of a printed notice propped up against the glass in one of the upper panes. It said "BED AND BREAKFAST". There was a vase of yellow chrysanthemums, tall and beautiful, standing just underneath the notice.
Ahh, my dear boy, why don't you come in out of the cold? We charge "Five and sixpence a night, including a breakfast."
The thing he knew was when he was actually moving across the window to the front door of the house that led up to it, and reaching for the bell. Far away in a back room, he heard it ringing. Somehow, the door swung open and a woman was standing there.
She stepped aside, holding the door wide open, and Billy found himself automatically starting forward into the house. The compulsion or, more accurately, the desire to follow after into that house was extraordinarily strong.
It was fantastically cheap. It was less than half of what he had been willing to pay. Although, she seems terribly nice. She looked exactly like the mother of one's best school-friend welcoming one into the house to stay for the Christmas holidays.