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Café Urbano

At the heart of Aguadilla is where you can find the most comfortable place to hang out in the city. Brace yourselves for evenings filled with funny moments, spontaneous activities, and a little craziness. Fellow Lomographers, I welcome you to Café Urbano.

A mother is probably the most special person in any person’s life. As they are the ones who’ll most probably be there for their children always; to love and care for them no matter what. For this reason, I decided that for my mother’s birthday this year, I would surprise her by documenting her special night – Lomo style and celebrate it at the town’s smallest inn.

The place is called ‘Café Urbano’. This small shop is located at the heart of Aguadilla in Puerto Rico. It’s probably a little larger in size than a traditional room. But it’s okay, as it already has a bar, karaoke machine, live music, and delicious food.

I took my whole family there and we instantly filled up the place. They had several tables outside the premises which are perfect for catching some fresh air when the inside gets filled up. We sang karaoke with all our heart and ate the best food in the world! Everyone was just wonderful and ready to have a good time.

So do come over and bring your friends to have fun, have a few drinks, sing karaoke, and simply relax with a delicious meal, Urban Café is definitely where you want to be.

written by reneg88 and translated by gnarlyleech

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