McAllen Days Inn
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... down the street, and tapped me on the shoulder saying “Senior
you didn’t pay for your pedicure”! I expressed surprise, and asked him how much
it was, to which he replied $12.00. I laughed and he laughed, and I went back
in and settled up and then went over to the red tent for another margarita, and
then on to my hair cut, which was $5.00. We didn’t have any lunch, as I had
bbq’d hot dogs for us all prior to our trip. So ...
... br> is not the end of it; I now have to re-do the 3 questions and pick a new site
OK. Who was your Grade 3 teacher? That was 62 years ago. Who
the hell thinks that my grade 3 teacher was that impressionable that I should
remember her name? I cannot even remember what school I was going to in grade
3. I do remember I went to 3 public schools though.
OK. What year did you graduate? Who the hell are they to
assume that everyone ...
... 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.