— Good morning, Sir!
— Good morning!
— May I ask you a question? I am a foreigner and would like to spend a day in the city, but I do not know what to start with.
— I would advise you to start with the centre of our city. There are many places of historical interest there. You could start with St. Paul’s Cathedral It’s one of the oldest and most beautiful churches in London.
— Thank you for your advice. I have heard a lot about its history and ancient frescoes inside it. But as I am a journalist, I would like to know more about the history of English press.
— Then, you’d rather visit the famous Fleet Street, there are many offices of famous newspapers there and if you want you may even talk to some journalists, who work there.
— That’s a nice idea! An interview with a London journalist is what I need for my next article.
— If you would like to know more about the history of London and its press, you’d rather visit the British Museum. There is a magnificent library there that contains many old newspapers and magazines published in London.
— That could be great to read the news, which interested people many decades ago!
— Yes, but can also walk along the streets of London and see the history in its ancient buildings and monuments. There are buildings dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th century. Those that survived in the Great Fire.
— Thank you for your advice. I am sure, this day will bring me many unforgettable impressions.
— Wish you a nice stay in London!