SAM: It sure is hot. Why don't we go in the Haunted House?
At least it will be air conditioned.
ALICE: I've told you a thousand times. I don't want to go in the Haunted House.
It's too scary!
SAM: Well. Maybe I'll go alone then. I really don't want to miss it.
ALICE: Go alone if you want. I will wait at that cafe and have a soda.
SAM: It might take a long time. Because there is a line, you know.
ALICE: I know. But if you don't go in the Haunted House, you won't be happy.
So I will wait for you. It's no problem.
ALICE: How was it?
SAM: I'm sorry it took so long.
ALICE: Don't worry about it. But how was it?
SAM: Alice, it really was great.
I think it was the most interesting thing here. You really should go in.
ALICE: No, I don't want to.
SAM: Really. The special effects are fantastic.
You shouldn't be scared. You would really enjoy it.
ALICE: Sam, I never like Haunted Houses.
When I was a kid, I didn't like them. when I was in high school, I didn't like them.
when I was in college, I didn't like them. So why should I like them now?
SAM: But this is maybe one of the best Haunted Houses in North America! It's different.
ALICE: Why don't we go to the Epcot Center instead?
They have displays from many cultures around the world.
SAM: I saw that in the guide.
It looks like they have different restaurants and different kinds of architecture.
Do you want to go?
ALICE: Yes. That is something I will enjoy.
SAM: Alright, let's go then. How many tickets do we have left?
ALICE: We still have most of the tickets we bought.
We can go on a lot of different rides if you like.
SAM: I was only interested in the Haunted House and the roller coaster rides.
The other rides are for kids.
ALICE: Let's start walking to the Epcot Center then.
According to this map, it is up this pathway here.
SAM: Alright, let's go.