Brugge, Belgium #4 5-13
June 27, 2013
We did find the “Red Light Zone” but these days it’s only know as the narrowest street in town. Andre’s B&B was full on Saturday so we spent the night at Charlie Rockets, a popular pub and hostel. We shared a room with six bunk beds and three British girls and one from Argentina. Poor Gary☺!! In the morning we had to try another recommended Belgium specialty: Real Belgium Waffles!
Once the Red Light district of Brugge, now it’s simply known as the narrowest street in the city.
We spent one night in Charlie Rockets hostel. Six bunk beds, three young British girls, one girl from Argentina and one bathroom. That was interesting.
We have all heard of “Belgium Waffles”, but we had to taste one of Belgium’s specialties. Delicious without any topping. Melted chocolate is a favorite.
The ship transporting our truck and camper had docked at the Port of Zeebrugge but we could not retrieve it until Monday. Had it made the trip safely?
Being budget travelers, we could always find a great place for lunch.
Brugge is circled and criss-crossed by peaceful canals.
There was always the temptation to stop at one of the many inviting street-side cafes for a cup of coffee or a cold beer.