AARoads - The Online Highway Guide!
AARoads’ Interstate-Guide delves even further covering current, past and future routes within the system. While the web site initially covered routes with a brief overview and a collection of end photos, development of pages over time enhances our coverage to include more extensive historical write-ups, an outline of recent modernization and widening projects, and expansion of the Interstate
Actived: Monday Oct 19, 2020
U.S. 50 East - Meyers to South Lake Tahoe - AARoads
A Lake Tahoe Basin tourist information kiosk is ahead on the right. Turn off here for visitor information, maps, valuable coupons, and restrooms. Photo taken 07/08/07. The next intersection along U.S. 50 east is with California 89 south to Markleeville and California 88/Carson Pass. Photo taken 07/28/12.
Worst experience you have ever had with a restaurant and
Off-Topic > Worst experience you have ever had with a restaurant and its staff? (I don't know exactly how old I was), when my family decided to use three coupons to get some free frozen yogurt from a strip mall with some coupons we had. There was no fine print on those coupons except for the expiration date.
Rumors of a Kroger-Target Merger
Off-Topic > Rumors of a Kroger-Target Merger Every so often, we'll get a package of coupons in the mail. They're usually for items that we have previously purchased. Obviously that data is gleaned from the card program. There's nothing stopping Walmart employees from unionizing if they want. There's obviously a reason they haven't yet.
How was travel back in the good old days?
Another reason why apps are overrated - nearly every restaurant has some sort of app - some you can use to pay, some have coupons, etc. Just glance at people next time and you barely see anyone have their phone out to pay, even though they could've saved a least a few bucks on what they're buying, or earn points towards free stuff.
Chuck E Cheese files Chapter 11
Off-Topic > Chuck E Cheese files Chapter 11 Chuck E. Cheese could save itself by re-packaging its business as a pizza delivery service where they bundle Steam game coupons or streaming video coupons in with pizza orders, so people can have Chuck E. Cheese pizza parties at home. The delivery driver could even wear the mouse costume, but they