As the woman is too far from Misha to 'see', he does not even know she is present. He responds to Wellin while walking. "It's one of the first places that visitors tend to go. That's what I have heard, at least. There are several taverns in this city. A lot of them are lined up along the wall, as you indicated. Some advertise themselves as having teh sea easily visible from the windows." He looks a bit sheepish as he adds, "I have never been in a tavern, so I cannot say for certain. It is not a place Cale or I ever needed to go. If he is in one, I will be surprised. It would be preferable than not knowing where he is, though."
Soon they arrive at the wall Misha mentioned. The pathway leads up, and after a somewhat steep climb, they arrive at the top of the structure. From there the sea is visible in all its glory, along with the many ships that are leaving and arriving. Misha is not aware of any of this; he can only tell that the wall's edge is nearby and that he should not approach it too closely.