The Cafe

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The Cafe

It was the best day of my life, as I entered I felt overwhelmed by the surrounding sensations. The place looked phenomenal, the chairs shone brightly like diamonds in the dark gloomy sky. They were the center of everything, I was astonished by the custom made, marvelous, authenticated tables and chairs. Yes you guessed it! the Flamingo cafe is where I was located. All the talk about their freshly baked pies intrigued me and I couldn't help it, I had to go and explore this one of a kind cafe. The sensations were truly very overwhelming and astounding, as I took a sharp look I saw a brightly colored illuminating blue Flamingo statue sprouting water out of it's mouth. It gave the most calming, soothing and relaxing feeling, the sound of the water falling slowly yet swiftly drop by drop sounded like a beautiful harmony which in turn engaged my imagination. The remarkable symphony of the water dropping was like the waves of the ocean colliding against each other. It was rather crowded, people were scattered everywhere colonizing each and every area. And the sound of their chattering and giggling resembled a swarm of harmless gentle Bees humming in happiness. Thankfully I was lucky enough to find a place to sit, it was the last seat too! and from a distance I saw someone approaching to my table slowly yet gracefully. He was a tall, delightful, friendly looking young man, he had an eccentric looking yet recognizable outfit on, it was in the shape of the dazzling blue colored long-legged Flamingo. As he finally arrived at my table I heard an orotund voice asking '' Hello sir! what would you like to order?'' and I told him that I would like to try their famous freshly baked strawberry…...

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