At exactly ten to ten Nick enters the
Pete: Good morning, David. I hope you had a good sleep and liked the hotel.
David: Thank you. The hotel and the restaurant are all right. We had a very nice evening at the restaurant. Everything was fine.
Pete: I also enjoyed last night. Now, shall we get down to business?
David: Yes, certainly. There are a few points to discuss. What would you like to start with?
Pete: If you don't mind, let's start with the time of the Programme. We are planning to send a group of ten persons not later than on the 10th of November.
David: How long will they stay?
Pete: They prefer to be in London for eight days or seven nights.
David: Good. Have you got any comments on the topics of the lectures?
Pete: On the whole the participants are quite satisfied with your choice. But if you could add "Accounting in companies and banks" it will be very good.
David: No problem. I'm making a note of that. We have got a very good lecturer.
Pete: And where will the lectures be read?
David: In one of the conference rooms of the hotel, where they will stay. I mean the Sherlock Holmes Hotel in Baker Street.
Pete: I hope it is in the centre of London.
David: Oh yes. It is very close to Oxford Street and Madam Tussaud's.
Pete: Very good. Then let's make a break for lunch.
David: Not a bad idea!