Friday, 28 June 2013


As I mentioned before three weeks ago I went with a group of "girls" to the sweet little town of Nora. Famous for its lovely wooden houses and detective stories. A bit of a Swedish Midsummer Murders set in the area of Bergslagen in Sweden. This is just a taster. Here one of the old shops that are still around, a cookshop that covers anything you need in the kitchen. This Friday you will just have a little taster of what to expect next week. Lots more then from Nora Glass (Ice Cream) to a Rosegarden.

In the detective stories the town is called Skoga even though it is based upon Nora. The vintage shop in the big square bare that name. A fantastic treasure if you are into vintage!

The entrance to the vintage shop on the square gives you a faint idea of what you can expect...

On the High Street you can find a couple of nice interior design shops that also carry clothes etc.

A relatively new interior shop with a mix of old and new, Vickys on Rådmansgatan just off the High Street. This is just a taster, more to come next week! See you then...

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