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follow site The first outing of the day was our traditional pilgrimage to Radio Coffee & Beer. It is just down the road from Marissa and Jeff’s house and we’ve walked there before, but not this time. It was far too hot and humid for that.

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=comprare-viagra-generico-25-mg-a-Venezia Breakfast Tacos are a big damn deal in Austin! It’s their staple, they obsess over breakfast tacos. So much so, that a taco place on South Congress has a sign out front that clearly states, “No Breakfast Tacos.”  I suppose that cuts down on people being disappointed when they read the menu. I mean, you know it’s a big deal when you have a sign that says what you DON’T have!

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cheap viagra online So yes, Tram got her first taste of one of the favorite of all the breakfast tacos in the city, The Migas, from the Veracruz All Natural food truck.

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After breakfast we did the new thing. We toured the Texas State Capital. Marissa works right down the street from the Capital, so I see it every time I visit, but have never gone inside. It is beautiful! The building was constructed from 1882 to 1888.

Tram and I went crazy for the gorgeous details. The front door tells you what to expect when you walk inside. That hardware!

The door hinges were my favorite thing. This bulky heavy piece of metal is beautiful but wait until you see what is revealed when the door is open.

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