My time in Amsterdam was coming to a close so for my last lunch I decided to find a small cafe by a canal for a bite to eat and a couple of beers after doing a circuit on one of the canal boats.
I jumped off at the Hermitage Amsterdam and headed over the Skinny Bridge made famous in the James Bond movie “Diamonds are forever” in 1971.
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I’m really glad that I stumbled upon Frenzi.
After getting back to my hotel after my outing to Den Haag, I was looking for somewhere close for dinner. I cast the net a little wider than usual and noticed a small cafe no more than 100 metres (as the crow flies) from my hotel, but maybe a 400 or 500 metres walk as I needed to get across The Amstel and a canal.
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After Mingle Mush and a bit of a walk around Den Haag I’d popped onto Google Maps looking for a somewhere to have lunch and I noticed a place called Pavlov on Spui not too far away.
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I’d jumped on the train from Amsterdam Centraal to Den Haag (The Hague) Cantraal and arrived around 70 minutes later and true to form I turned right when I should have turned left as I exited the platform so ended up in the piazza in front of Mingle Mush.
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I was originally heading to the Beer Tasting Room In The Wildeman but, as I was to find out, they are closed on Sundays. Luckily, right across the narrow laneway was another bar called Café Mooy.
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