"Too Expensive for Most of Us but Pretty"
Clarendon Street, from Tremont West to the train station (the portion I'm writing about) is of course in one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Boston. It's just packed with beautiful buildings, at Tremont is the church that was converted to condos, and along the street until you get to the train station, tons of pretty little brick buildings. There are some small businesses and of course the big Boston Ballet building there, and I have known people who lived there, but I know it's expensive, much too much, for instance, for the dancers and students who go to the ballet to live in. However, good to look at.