George and Lynne are at the reception of a hotel. George has asked the man at the front desk if they have a room with a view. The man returns the question by asking George to be more specific. George motions towards two scantily clad women and says he would like a view of women like them.
George and Lynne have gone away but it must have been a very spontaneous decision as they have not reserved a room at the hotel. They have however packed three suitcases worth of clothes so it can't have been that spontaneous. Maybe George just completely forgot to book the hotel. He is nervous about the prospect of getting a room at short notice as he has decided to speak to the hotelier in a very casual over familiar way but combining the words do and you into d'you. Lynne looks a little cross and not very hopeful of getting that room.
They have gone on this extended break in England as the hotelier looks proper and speaks very good English. Of course there is no real way of knowing if he is speaking with an accent but he certainly understands George even though he is combining words in an underclass way. The name of the hotel begins with a K which implies that it could be Greek or Scandanavian, but we have no real way of knowing this.
George, although he has forgotten to book a room and how to speak, is still enough of a cad to bring two women to the attention of another man. Lynne looks cross. George wouldn't be smirking so much if he could actually see the faces of those women. He can only see their backs and believes them to be attractive. They are in fact just a couple of local transexual prostitutes who prey on married men. Lynne is not only cross that George is looking at other women, but that he has a thing for women who look like men.