Wow, he sure did ask a lot of questions. “How about we change the subject?” Meg said with a smile, thinking she’d knock him out if he kept on talking. “You’re getting worked up over questions that hardly matter.” There, that would have to do. Surely he’d change the subject or maybe even ask her to leave.
"I don’t live around here no, have to look for a hotel later. Maybe they have cheap food or at least some good British stuff. Job sure keeps me busy, that’s why I thought it was time for a little holiday. So far, so good." she gave him a small wink.
Questions that hardly matter? Victor blinked and gave her a confused and surprised look. How could she say that after her words had challenged a lot of christian believes and the foundation of it? Dying Angels and Demons. Oblivion. Lucifer creating Demons like God created angels. This was highly fascinating and he didn’t want to stop talking about it really. But he did understand that she wanted to and he closed his mouth to shut himself up, looking quite regretful doing so however. “I guess. It’s all just so very fascinating. I apologize.” He hated doing that. Hated to feel like he had to be sorry for liking something and being passionate about it. But there was no sens in upsetting his guest either since it had been his invitation that had brought her here.
"Oh? So where are you from?" He sounds rather surprised to hear that she’s new to town. He didn’t see any luggage on her and why was she walking around the park instead of finding a place to stay? That is rather strange and mysterious. Was she running from something? But then she mentions holidays and he realizes he’s letting his mind wander to crazy places again. "I see. When did you arrive? And I know of a bed and breakfast place nearby. Hardly a three star hotel but it is clean, cheap and you get a real British breakfast every day. You should also visit the museums. We have a few and they are rather fascinating."