McAllen Days Inn
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... these little puppies, or actually how far it can go.
This one in particular afforded us a few chicken sandwiches, a club house for
dinner, and a all you can eat Taco night at our place with a few of our
friends, and featuring the chicken and a tube of chorizo, which we had also
picked up at the opening of the new Sam’s Club in Harlingen. Then of course the
chicken soup which fed Angie and I, and Pete and Chris and our good friend Roxy.
... efficiently and at least our meal was piping
hot and could not be beat for flavor and or value. Thanks to those people in
the park who put out and volunteer to do these things for the rest of us, who
prefer to drink, which we did at Jim and Alice’s happy hour after the 4:00 pm
Man is this a travel blog, or a gastronomical tour?
Thanks for Reading, finally got the camera to download,
after a call to Cannon.
Its all good!
... second show and then after the initial crowd got into the tent in the third show, I had the rest of the evening off. I met some really nice folks taking tickets at the gate…McAllen definitely loves our circus!
After the show, I tried to catch up on some blogs, but I kept nodding off, so as soon as my head hit the pillow, I was out. Tomorrow’s another 3 show day and then Monday’s our last day in McAllen. I have yet to get to B&N for wi-fi…that is a ...
... a major international trade
area by developing first-rate commercial, retail, office, industrial,
medical, retirement and educational facilities. As recently as 1990,
McAllen's unemployment rate was at 22.6 percent. By the end of 2005,
that figure dropped to 7.7 percent. However, In 2011, census.gov listed
the McAllen metro area the poorest in the nation.