Stella Maris - Hotel De Luxe
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... 5000 years ago!
The castle owners commissioned a number of artists about 20 years ago to create sculptures in the forest. Many of these are very interesting and others have fallen down over the years. We also found hundreds of blackberry bushes laden with fruit.
A little further across the island, we drove past the farm where Kirsten lived as a child and where her brother now farms. ...
... yrs old! Many of the streets are made of cobblestone which is very cute but hard in your butt! It was very hard to find anywhere to eat lunch because the tourist season ends about September 1 and very little was open. But we did find a lovely cafe that served traditional Danish open sandwiches so we were very happy. The island economy is mostly farming but some fishing as well.
... The service is free and managed by the local council.
We visited the church which is the highest point on the island to get a great view of the villages, countryside and surrounding sea. The church is also the final resting place of the nobles who have owned much of the island for many centuries. They get a whole wing of the church for their stone caskets.
Kirsten cooked us another amazing meal of local food accompanied by a bottle of Cloudy Bay Eric found.
... in the quite seaside village of Troense, on the island of Trasinge. Most of the houses in the village are hundreds of years old, many have thatched roofs, and all are meticulously maintained - including beautifully manicured gardens. The village even has its own castle.
We had a lovely evening dining on Kirsten's amazing cooking and catching up on all the news.
We are back to greet you from a small island called Aro just south of the island of Fyn. We arrived by boat from Faaborg and set out to camp in Soby. Weather was great that day but rained a bit the next morning. We hung around and checked out the local scenery that day and then loaded our bikes on a bus the next morning and headed to a town called Marstal. Lovely community on the water with beautiful ...