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.