Today the four of you are going to visit one of Boston’ s neighborhood’s , the Back Bay .
You’re also going to see the oldest public parks in the country , The Boston Commons .
You remember that at one time , cows grazed here also .
You look for the statue of George Washington that sits in the Public Gardens section of the Commons .
After you’ve seen the statue , you all walk over to the neighborhood that you all couldn’t afford to live in .
The Back Bay , which at one time really was a swampland .
The other neighborhood that you all couldn’t afford to live in , Beacon Hill .
As you all walk down Newbury Street , which is considered to be ” The Rodeo Drive of Boston ” , you that at one time you all couldn’t afford to live here .
All you all could do was to look at the window displays at the stores .
Newbury Street now has many stores and eateries that the four of you can afford to eat in.
Now that some of you are older , some with your own businesses , you can even afford an apartment there , let alone shop til you drop .
The four of you have come a long way from your college days as you leave another store .
It’s time to go and head to your destination , a visit to your old campus , Boston University .