Tvedestrand is another of the small, white towns strung along the Southern Coast of Norway (Sørlandet). Most of the year they are very quiet, almost sleepy towns that come to life for a couple of months in midsummer. We had the opportunity to visit Tvedestrand some weeks ago, just ahead of the summer season.
About now this small harbour will be teeming with pleasure crafts of all types and sizes, with tourists and locals mingling on the quays.
NYC is not the only place that have its Flatiron building, but the atmosphere in Tvedestand is much more laid-back and quiet, at least it was when we were there.
Not many restaurants were open, and at this one the guest was kind of sleepy.
Tvedestrand is famous for its second-hand book stores. One even had a self-service shelf where you could pay by putting coins through a key hole. We bought two books.
But somehow I felt that the summer season was about to start.
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