Today we toured Boston, Massachusetts. We saw Trinity Church, Boston Common, the Church of Cristian Science, Boston Public Library, Little Italy, Copp's Burial Ground, Quinncy Market, Boston Gardens, and many more sights. In Boston Gardens we saw many statues like Geogre Washington's statue, the Make Way for Ducklings statue and we learned about the swan boats. We learned the history of many buildings and saw beautiful architectural pieces like the Church of Cristian Science. We walked along the Boston Common and saw many statues of people who have had an impact on Boston. At the Copp's Burial Ground we saw tombstones of people from the 1700 and 1800 hundreds. Something I encountered for the first time were the different restaurants like Cheese Boys and Mike's Pastries (which has the best cannolies) and a part of town that had a certain type of culture like Little Italy. I noticed that many people aren't really polite, they don't really say excuse me, and they get mad if you walk on the wrong side of the side walk. Also, while walking to Walgreens and CVS one person yelled "Oh geeeezzzzz!" and another honked at us. A tradition they have in Boston is that after a local team wins a game like the Boston Celtics or the Red Soxs they dress the statues in that team's jersey. And they will gather around statues and celebrate local team wins and holidays. People also spend some more times in the parks because they don't have yards around their homes they way we do in Norman. Boston is way more populated than Norman. People live in town houses, condos, or apartments, unlike in Norman where most people live in houses with yards. Okies are much nicer and more polite than Bostonians. People in Boston have fast paced lives and like to walk fast and talk fast. Bostonians live in a cramped city and Norman people are spread out because we have a smaller population. Overall, I've really enjoyed noticing the differences between Boston and Norman and think that living in a big city like Boston could be very exciting.