Jun 16, 2014
June on AEROE ISLAND; A Happy Place to Be!
Summer has arrived in Europe and June is a spectacular month to enjoy long sunny days. In the Scandinavian country of Denmark on the Baltic Sea sits an idyllic island named "Aeroe Island." The moment you arrive to this majestic island you'll feel like you've entered the pages of a perfectly illustrated fairytale. If there's one place to be in June it's "Aeroe Island."
Beaches, biking trails, churches, cobbled streets, farms, flowers, harbors, pastures, storybook homes and windmills are what you see when you're on lovely Aeroe Island. The three villages of Eroskobing, Marstal, and Soby have their share of culture, lodging, and restaurants. Some people visit Aero Island for a day, a week, a month, the whole summer, or they fall so much in love with it that they stay forever.
During the month of June it doesn't get dark until 11:00 pm so you can enjoy daylight for a very long time on Aeroe Island.
Places to Stay on Aeroe Island:
Bed & Breakfast Harmoni
Dextegaard Bed & Breakfast
Holmegaarden Bed & Breakfast
Naturparkens Bed & Breakfast
Aeroe Island (Website)
Krabbesalat (Crab Salad)
Enjoy this refreshing summer salad on "Aeroe Island"
1 cup mayonnaise
1/2 pound crab meat
1 celery stick, diced
1 small cucumber, thinly sliced
4 large tomatoes, sliced
1 spoonful of tomato puree
handful of alfalfa sprouts
dash of paprika
dash of vinegar
Mix together 1/2 pound crab meat with 1 cup of mayonnaise, tomato puree, celery stick, dash of paprika, and a dash of vinegar for taste. Place the sliced cucumbers and tomatoes along with a handful of alfalfa sprouts on top of the salad.
Krabbesalat (Crab Salad) may be eaten with some freshly baked bread!
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