University Avenue is a major north-south road in Downtown Toronto. Beginning at Front Street West in the south, the thoroughfare heads north to end at College Street just south of Queen’s Park. At its north end, the Ontario Legislative Building is situated. Many of Toronto’s most important institutions are located along the eight-lane wide street. Government buildings, corporate offices, commercial buildings, major hospitals and cultural institutions such as Four Seasons Centre, which is the new home for the Canadian Opera Company and the National Ballet of Canada are located on that most beautiful street of Toronto.
The portion of University Avenue is laid out as a boulevard, with several memorials, statues, gardens, and fountains concentrated in a landscaped median dividing the opposite directions of travel, giving it a ceremonial character. It covered with numerous trees, shrubs, and flower beds. That gives it the feeling of real Park. There are no rooftop billboards, and any shopping centres on that street. Restaurants now dot the southern end of University Avenue.
University Avenue is Toronto’s most ceremonial thoroughfare, with many of the city’s most prominent institutions.
Last long Thanksgiving weekend was sunny and bright. Probably the Nature presented to people last warm breath of Autumn. Although there are no a lot of colours around for now the beauty of Fall is everywhere. People spent their weekend to visit surrounding Parks and recreation areas. There were numerous events organized in that places. But mostly people enjoyed the weather on hiking and bicycle trails.
In Halton region that is located to the west of Toronto there are seven recriation areas. Each of them has something special to see and enjoy. One of these places is Hilton Falls. It is situated on the Niagara Escarpment and really good for summer and winter occasions. But the most spectacular part of the Park is small waterfall.