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Shopping Spree

Part 9

Don’t know what to spend that extra cash on? Don’t worry, there is still time. Our stores are open at convenient times and located just around the corner here in Yester Sweden.

Today we are traveling back in time to visit Stockholm and Hudiksvall (north of Stockholm) where you can slowly waltz through the many isles of exotic groceries, the latest fashion, brand new color TV models and still have some time left over for a coffee and cupcake at one of the many cafes. Typical anchor stores of the time were ICA, Domus and Tempo – sadly only the first one is still alive.

About the author

Christopher founded Ultra Swank in 2005. Has a crush on mid-century graphic design, defunct airlines, Disneyland and the Century 21 Exposition. Is a collector of easy listening music from the 60s and 70s and a Swedish expat living in Barcelona, Spain. Read more articles by me

Comments for this article

  • http://milliedeel.blogspot.com/ Jennifer

    Wow! Great photos! Thank you for posting them! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  • Bim Bom

    Which way to the Ikea store?

  • http://www.ultraswank.net Chris

    @Jennifer Same to you!

    @Bim Bom Straight ahead, past all the mooses, blonde women and polar bears roaming the streets

  • http://eichlerific.blogspot.com Gretchen

    What a cool post — am loving your site (which I happily discovered recently). Great stuff!

  • http://www.ultraswank.net Chris

    Likewise Gretchen, love those Eichler homes in California!

  • Royalton

    Aha Chris nice one. You also need to add the meatballs restaurant to that list :D

  • http://www.ultraswank.net Chris

    I will make a note of that, Royalton :)

  • http://totalrod2.blogspot.com Bryan Lord

    I’d be curious to see what those same areas look like today. On the other hand I’m afraid to. Better off remembering things the way they were! Love the old Volvos and the VW bus.