Traffic lights (on the) corner statues first(left/right) roundabout junction memorial signpost cave
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A: excuse me? How can I get to the nearest branch of the national bank?
B: there’s branch on new street. Walk up this street until you get to the first set of traffic lights. Then turn right at the traffic lights.
A; how far up the street are the traffic lights?
B: no far. About 150 meters perhaps.
A; ok. So I turn right at the traffic lights. Then?
B: then keep walking until you reach the war memorial. It’s a big statue of a soldier. You can’t miss it.
A: ok. Where do I go then?
B; you’ll see the national bank near the war memorial. It’s a big building and you’ll see a big sign on the front of the building.
A: got it. Thank you very much.
A: this is the route I thought we could take on our hike on Saturday afternoon.
B: how long is it altogether?
A: it’s about six or seven miles. That’s about the kilometers.
B; that sounds OK. So, we start here at the car park and walk along the path to the waterfall.
A: right. Then we turn left and walk up this small hill. The view from the top of the hill is worth the climb. We can eat a snack there.
B: then we will follow this path down the hill to the old church.
A: we can spend a few minutes looking around the church. Then, we turn right and walk along this path.
B; this path leads to the cave. Can we look inside the cave?
A: yes, we can, but it isn’t very interesting.
B: then we turn south and come back to the car park along this path.
A: that’s right.
B: how long do you think it will take us to complete the walk?
A; I think it will take about four hours, including breaks.
B; that’s fine. Are there signposts along the way, in case we get lost?
A; yes, there are. They tell use which way to go and how far we have to walk.