This place is spooky and sad, but still an important part of our Dallas history. I am not much of a history buff, but when I came here for a class assignment, I was surprised by how organized everything was. I came in not knowing much other than that Kennedy was shot here, and left knowing more about this President, our country during his term in office, and the people who's lives were affected by what happened here.
The Rainforest Oxygen Spa is a strange kind of place if you're not used to holistics. Fortunately for me, my mom's a massage therapist and into some strange therapies. I've learned over time that some of these things work, and this one works like nothing else. You will love Miss Sherrie; she answers all your questions and is able to make you feel at ease. If you have sinus trouble like me, you should check this place out. It helps you feel better fast.
I love anime and manga, and collect many different titles. Because these are imported comics, I often have to go many places to find what I want. Lone Star Comics has so many titles, as well as games and collectibles, that I just spend all the money I take into their store.
This is my first bank, and I love it. I don't have a lot of experience with other banks, but I know what I like. Whe you walk into the lobby of any Community Credit Union branch, expect to be warmly and promptly greeted. If you need help or have banking questions, they don't make you feel dumb. It's a great place for a young person just starting out to do their banking.
I don't much care for Bill Smith's Cafe. This small diner is dingy and crowded, and has very poor hours of operation. Once you get inside, however, the food is good enough, so I have to give it three stars. If you want special, this isn't it. If you want dinner, it'll do.
Pride Burger is run by a family of nice folks who put a lot of pride into their work. I think the place is aptly named. They are living the American Dream -- working hard and making a quality product, and that keeps all us McKinney folks pouring in. You won't find a better burger or cheesy fries.
What I like most about Asel Art is their friendly, knowledgable staff. If you are working on a project for school, they know exactly what you need. On top of that, they will offer you suggestions and advice on tools and techniques to improve your work. They are willing to do special orders, so whatever strange thing your teacher wants, you can get.
There's good and bad about Nickle Mania. The games are old and some are expensive, though you don't notice since you are spending nickles. I like that they have a classic games section with many older games. I like that they have some good prize games. I don't like how crowded everything is and how many of the ticket games are broken or out of tickets. The prizes are kind of lame, too.
There are so many neat shops on the McKinney Square. I really love the vintage book store and the old fashioned soda fountain. If you like country cooking, you will enjoy Spoons, a themed restaurant with country flair. If you are looking for gifts, be sure to check this out.
As a conisseir of malls, I can tell you this one is among the greatest. It has so many hip shops and recreational places. For example, you can see a movie here at the huge AMC theater or you can kill monsters and win prizes at Dave and Busters. If you love books, you'll dig the two story Barnes and Noble, and the little kids in your group will enjoy the indoor carosel ride.