Robert: Well,everthing is packed and ready to go.
Carline: It's hard to beIicve that we'rc rcally leaving. The past two weeks was like a dream.
R: Yes. Just think the blue sky, sunsbine, mouth-watering food, centurics-old castles--
K: And the people were so fricndly!
R: Yeah, we would have been lost without tbc help of the locals.
K: Do you still remcmbcr the small restaurant at the corncr of the strect?
R: Of course. That was the best pasta I've ever had.
K: I ate so much that I wasn't hungry until aflemoon the rext day.
R: If only wc could eat there once more!
K: Maybc we can come here again next summet:
R: Hopc the restaurant is still thcrc.
K: Hey, what's the time?
R: Oh, my god! Only two hours lefi bcfm the plane takes off. We need to bc at the airport now.
K: Don't worry. We can call a cab. It'II be alright.
R: It's very kind of you to come and see us off.
K: My pleasure. What a pity you have to leave so soon!
R: We would stay longer. but I've got to attend a meeting tomorrow morning. Tbank you for your warm hosyitality.
K: You'rc welcome. Maybe next timc we'II comc to sec your
R: My wife and I will look forward to it.
K: I promise the next holiday I havc we're coming to visit. Oh, what's your flight number
R: lt's Flight No. 302, Northwcst Orient AirIines.
K: They just announced the boarding call.
R:Then we've got to get going.
K: OK. Bon voyage and a safe landing.
R: Thank you again for all your help.