Saturday, 22 February 2014

Parking area.














The "cars for kids" at Kvadrat are all parked and ready for new "drivers" after the weekend.

No Shopping Malls are open in Norway on Sundays.

(I wonder if Sunday is a good day for internet shopping ?)

Yes, I sometimes go shopping on Sundays when I am abroad.

10 comments:

Alain said...

Not for large families.

William Kendall said...

Those are neat!

Sunday shopping's been standard here for years. I'm not sure it really makes that much of a difference for the stores... it's not as if people shell out more money with an extra day.

Le regard est le m├ędiateur des coeurs. said...

Sur la ligne de depart ;o)

Karl Demetz said...

Cute "cars", kids surely have fun!

Halcyon said...

It's the same here in Germany. It is sometimes hard to get used to no Sunday shopping when you have lived for a long time in North America! :)
Cute photo today.

Michelle said...

My children used to love riding in those when they were little.

John said...

I see they are in Swedish colours!

Lois Evensen said...

What fun. Interesting that Norway Malls still close on Sundays. I remember when we were there 1998-2001 that everything closed about 4 PM every afternoon, too. It does promote family time at home....

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the line up Gunn :) We do have Sunday shopping but I prefer not to go, not for religious reasons just the thought of going to the shops doesn't appeal :)

VP said...

They park better than adults...