In my previous post, you must have read that I and Anupam left Bambino café after dinner. We actually didn’t like the dinner there. Moreover, it was drizzling and a little cold. So, we thought to visit some other café and have coffee. And that’s how we reached Good Friends Café Agra which was near to Bambino Café. Anupam found it nice and we went inside to have coffee.
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I am a coffee lover. I don’t remember the last time I drank tea. With my faint memories, I had almost left drinking tea by the time I was in the 5th or 6th class. Coffee was something I loved drinking and while working in a field where I was supposed to wake up for late, coffee came as a midnight companion. I am more into cold coffee than a hot one. However, I do drink hot coffee as well, the espresso. I remember years back, CCD gifted me a box that had a CCD coffee powder, CCD cup & plate, and CCD espresso maker and I still have it.
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So, our coffee quest led us to Good Friends Café Agra. The coffee looked nice from the outside. Moreover, it too had an open side facing the road, the same which Bambino café had and one reason we chose it though we didn’t seat around there. We wanted to have something hot and something to change the taste and thus, we reached this café.
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Rustic Vibes of Good Friends Café Agra
The interior of this café was nice. It had that raw, rustic vibes which can make you stay here for a little longer. The lights, the wall paintings, the sitting arrangement, it was all looked amazing. Since, Agra is a famous city and very commercial too, considering the city is world-famous and adds a lot to the country’s tourism, you will find lots of such cafes which usually cater to the foreign crowd, especially located around Taj Mahal.
When entered the café, we first sat on the open side of the café which faced the road. But after a while, it started raining with a cold breeze. So, we decided to shift our places and went to a safe corner. The charm of Good Friends Café Agra was really something I could appreciate. The walls with the artwork, even I felt like painting those walls, being someone who loves painting.
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I ordered a coffee and Anupam ordered chai. After having coffee and sitting for a while in the café, we left and moved back to the hotel. During this nicely-planned weekend journey to Agra, we explored what could be explored in two days. We explored all the major places to visit in Agra. Since it was my third trip, so I was more into exploring the places which I had missed on previous trips.