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Break open the bubbly. Another government wine-shop opens in the district. For those who have recently arrived from either the UK or the continent, it’s not easy to remember to buy your favourite tipple in time for the evening’s dinner before closing-time. The choice of places to buy alcohol is reasonable if you live in Stavanger, but positively Spartan should you live out in the “countryside”. Good news. A new wine-shop (Vinmonopolet) has opened its doors to the public in Sola. Cheers!

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Break open the bubbly

Published on Thursday, 2nd April, 2009 at 23:25 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Another government wine-shop opens in the district.

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For those who have recently arrived from either the UK or the continent, it’s not easy to remember to buy your favourite tipple in time for the evening’s dinner before closing-time. The choice of places to buy alcohol is reasonable if you live in Stavanger, but positively Spartan should you live out in the “countryside”.

Good news. A new wine-shop (Vinmonopolet) has opened its doors to the public in Sola. Cheers!



Published on Thursday, 2nd April, 2009 at 23:25 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: sola, wine, government, shop.





  
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