Avon River is also called Avon River. If you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Christchurch, you may as well walk along the Avon River. It is not difficult to understand the intimate relationship and interdependence between flowers and trees and the people here. As pioneers in the early days tried to transplant British style here, Christchurch not only had wide and straight roads, but also the river running through the city fell generously, and its elegance was in direct pursuit of Cambridge's Kang River.
The garden park beside YMCA has Avon River which combines with the park. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery and jog along the river. There are wild ducks swimming among them. They can also find their nests and eggs. It is a perfect combination with nature. The spring cherries blooming along the river bank are more delicate and delicate. It is a good place to visit with the whole family.
Since we gathered late in the morning, we took a walk around the nearby Avon River and Cathedral Square after breakfast, once again gaining a better understanding of the reconstruction of Christchurch after the Great Earthquake. Despite the ruins, the slow pace of reconstruction and criticism, we still see the efforts of the New Zealand people to rebuild their homes. Large-scale cartoon figure paintings are posted on the walls where people go to the empty buildings. Huge model sofas are placed beside the empty sites where ruins have been cleared. New building steel frame supports are uprooted. Buildings that need to be repaired but are not yet taken care of are covered with fences depicting the image of Antarctic penguins. Although there are not many pedestrians in the newly revived urban center, the construction foundation is basically busy. In order to prevent the flying of the ash layer, any operation with the nature of flying dust should cooperate with sprinkling water at the same time. From this tiny detail, we can see the implementation of civilized construction. Along the way, we watched a small section of the Avon River flowing through the city, and we watched the old-fashioned tracked sightseeing cars that had not yet opened.
The Avon River winds through Christchurch, dividing it into two parts. The green grass on both sides of the river bank, covered with poplar, sycamore, weeping willow and other shade, together with the flower beds scattered among them, makes Christchurch have the reputation of "Garden City".
This is one of the most proud of the people of Christchurch, because it flows directly through the city centre, many cities will certainly not have rivers in the city centre. Usually at noon, we eat a sandwich and sit by the river. When the time slows down and we throw a little bread down, ducks will grab one by one. That's the joy of life. Boating boys are very handsome work clothes, people are also very handsome 3
Avon River is in the center of Christ City. When you walk into the Botanical Garden, you can see that the river is clear, there are many ducks and ducks living there, and there are many old trees beside the river. You can sit under the trees to enjoy the cool. If you have time, it would be nice to sit by the river and be dazed.