Sofia: Enjoying the poem?
Ezio: Who were these men he condemned to hell?
Sofia: Political opponents, men who wronged him. Alighieri's quill cuts deeply, no?
Ezio: Yes. It is a subtle way to seek revenge.
Sofia: Ezio, I plan to make a trip to Adrianopoli in a few weeks to visit a new printing press there.
Ezio: That should be fun.
Sofia: It is a five or six day ride from here, and I will need an escort.
Sofia: I'm sorry. You are a busy man.
Ezio: Sofia, I would love to accompany you, but my time is running short.
Sofia: That is true for all of us. Well, I can try to solve this last code now, but I need to run an errand before sundown. Can you wait a day?
Ezio: What do you need?
Sofia: It is silly, but a bouquet of fresh flowers. White tulips, specifically.
Ezio: I can get you the flowers. No problem.
Sofia: Are you sure?
Ezio: It will be a nice change of pace.
Sofia: Okay. Meet me in the park east of Hagia Sophia and we will trade. Flowers for information.
Florist: You look like a man with money to spend. What do you need, my friend?
Ezio: Tulips, White, if you have them.
Florist: Ah, tulips! Forgive me, but I am fresh out. Something else, perhaps?
Ezio: It is not my call, unfortunately.
Florist: All right, listen. I may know where to get fresh tulips. You wait here and I will return. One hour. Two at most.
Ezio: I am not waiting an hour.
What is this?
Sofia: A gift. Sit.
There are nice, thank you.
I wanted to thank you for letting me play a small role in your adventure.
Ezio: A small role is enough for this adventure, believe me.
Sofia: You are a mystery, Ezio Auditore.
Ezio: I'm sorry. I do not mean to be.
Sofia: It is fine. It's attractive.
Ezio: Looks delicious.
Sofia: Why thank you.
Ezio: Any luck with the final code?
Sofia: Ah, the code. Yes. I solved it many hours ago. You will get it soon enough.