|High Street in Newmarket, Suffolk. Thanks, Internet!|
Most bigger towns and cities might have a street actually named "High Street", though smaller villages might just have a road referred to it as such. There's no mandatory proclamation that High Street must actually be called High Street.
Pictured is High Street in Newmarket (a town known for horse racing) in Suffolk. It's a lovely High Street to shop on, with plenty of shops and restaurants. Even though the area is very commercial, it never loses its appeal as a town center or feels oppressively busy.
Do you have a favorite High Street? Have you shopped on one?
See you tomorrow for I! It's one close to my heart...