During the boat tour of the Avon River, the captain kindly introduced the scenery along the way (nothing was understood). Bought a round trip ticket, arrived at the end of the boat to play, there is a large pasture. There are also local people fishing by the river, a British rural style.
Like Bass, the Evan River flows slowly through Bristol, nurturing its people. The sunshine was very good. As we walked, we passed through Bristol Cathedral, University of Bristol, Wells Memorial Building and finally reached Clifton Suspension Bridge. An interesting part of the road is the Park Steet Street at the entrance of the university. From a distance, the slope is very steep. It is known as the most famous slope road in Bristol. At the foot of the hill, it connects the city hall and the top of the hill can reach the Conservatory of Music.
It's worth visiting. Students also have preferential treatment. The two sides are green and the birds'calls rise and fall one after another.
Quiet towns are picturesque. Shakespeare's homeland is a worthwhile trip.
It flows through the city of Bass, separating the old city from the new one. The surrounding environment is elegant, with many 18th century Georgian architecture scattered on both sides of the bridge, standing on the bridge, overlooking the scenery on both sides of the Avon River, as if in Venice Watercity. The so-called new town is actually not new, about 200 years ago, it is still called the new city. The Avon River is very quiet in the morning. I wonder if Xu Zhimo has ever been here.
In the most beautiful area of Bass, there is water, but it is spiritual. Especially under the action of artificial annular dams, the water flow reflects the dynamic feeling and vitality. Walking along the river, you can see the church in the distance, the gallery bridge nearby, the lawn on both sides of the river is green and lush. Against the backdrop of the urban style of the Roman style of Bass, it's very memorable.
The river passing through the city adds a vivid feeling to this historic city. Bridges, Bass Railway Station and Church Square are historic preservation buildings. The entrance of Nanjin Station of Bass Railway Station seems to be very urgent because of the relationship between rivers. Some sections of the river and even the way of boating for water tours are very special.