#109# [Second City Edinburgh] On the Royal Mile, I learned that the standard length of "One Mile" came from that street. It turns out that a Scottish man can wear a skirt. There is still a sea in the world like the North Sea, and the first candlelight dinner in Xiaotians life also takes place in Edinburgh. Why did I become today's me, this British trip 10 years ago, let me realize that the world is different, I want to discover.
Out of Edinburgh Castle is a street, from the east to the north, about a mile long, called "Royal One Lane", is the famous street in Edinburgh. There are many royal buildings on both sides of the street, which are magnificent. It is also the most prosperous street in Edinburgh. There are many shops and shopping paradise. But what attracts me the most is that there are many beggars on this street. Unlike the domestic clothes, this is either sleek, playing musical instruments, or exotic clothes. Dressing up as a mythical figure and taking pictures of tourists is not so much awkward as it is an art worker.
The Royal Mile is a succession of streets which form the main thoroughfare of the Old Town of the city of Edinburgh. As the name suggests, the Royal Mile is approximately one Scots mile long, and runs between two foci of history in Scotland, from Edinburgh Castle at the top of the Castle Rock down to Holyrood Abbey. The streets which make up the Royal Mile are (west to east) Castle Esplanade, Castlehill, Lawnmarket, High Street, Canongate and Abbey Strand. The Royal Mile is Edinburgh Old Town's busiest tourist street, rivalled only by Princes Street in the New Town.