15 minutes before they close, there was nothing but attitude. A bunch of eye rolling, throwing and slamming food around. They’re confused why a chipotle was getting slammed right before closing. The chipotle down the street had a line out of the door and this location had about 6 people with a few more people coming in after us. The cashier (a Hispanic girl) kept staring people in the face and rolling her eyes. The guy on the line (light skin black dude with twists) is yelling that they’re out of ingredients to customers. I have worked at restaurants so no I don’t have patience for incompetent restaurant workers. There is no reason to be rude to customers, I don’t care how you feel. There are always customers after closing.
Finally the older women had to come over and refill the ingredients and actually get the orders moving especially with some actual courteous. I’ll wait at the other chipotle with the line out the door before I ever come back to this location. The rudest and most disrespectful staff I’ve ever encountered. I don’t know how people who hate their job still have a job. Get off the line and allow other people to get on the line with some actual customer service. Why was the thing to heat up the tortilla all the way in the Togo area and no where near the food being prepped
Hello! I have been using this app for years and I absolutely love it! I got this idea from Morgan Donner’s “I made a Viking hat in less than 3000 miles” video on YouTube and I got an idea. Morgan and her family went on a road-trip and kept stopping at parks and whatnot. I remember when I was little (especially from the “A Goofy Movie” movie where Goofy and his son Max go on a road-trip.) people would mark their pit stops and the overall route (a route which they were planning to take.) on a paper map. The route would include stops where they would go to a park or a restaurant or a landmark or a city etc… that they planned on going to throughout the road-trip. I think it would be a phenomenal idea to add a feature like this to your app. And if someone is planning a road-trip from one destination to another, their could be suggestions of popular places to stop along the way! Of course this would be in a separate “road-trip” setting on the app:I say this because there are times when I just don’t want stops along my route and just want to go from point A to point B. I hope you like my idea!
My boyfriend, and I would be so grateful if you’ll could add a feature that you can add an input of the time and/or day of your trip to get a more accurate prediction of the time a trip will take. For instance if you’re working somewhere different/new for your job on a frequent basis, and are planning for your work commute the night before, and enter the address you will only be able to get the time it takes to make that trip for whatever the current time is, instead of the time it will take when you leave the following day so times can vary wildly. Then you show up to work late the following day based upon your planning for the commute that you calculated the night before when traffic and other factors aren’t taken into account. I’m confident Google possesses the data, and the ability to add this feature with minimal time, and money and would be a great addition to the application.
I use GoogleEarth Pro as my MAP as it is easier to use and configure than Google Maps. I do not need to see all the information Google Maps wants to show me, and in fact I find that it makes the me busy no look confusing. I do use Google Search to search for places I want to go to. But the maps show just to much information. Much of which is unnecessary and distracts from your search. But the quality of the map is excellent, it is the same map you get with Google Earth Pro. Which is my preference. I have also noted that the more “preference's” you check in settings, the harder the is map is to use. It is better to use Google search then use the map that is displayed with in your search results for a better experience. A map is tool. Google Earth Pro is a far better tool and you can do a lot more with it and adjust the settings better to fit your needs.
We recently had our roof shingles replaced by Alta Builders. I couldn’t be more happy with the quality of work that was completed. They were timely, professional and the person over our job named Mark Fullmer was an absolute stud.
From day one Mark took ownership of our job and he took control working with our insurance company to cover the majority of the costs because of wind and storm damage. After the insurance company came and assessed the work they estimates just over $17,000 to complete the work. Because of Mark’s help we ended up paying only $2,500 out of pocket. I give Alta Builders 5 Stars and would recommend them to anyone! Thanks for your great and complete work Alta Builders! Mark Fullmer deserves a nice raise!!!!
I would like to, but unfortunately I really can’t trust Google Maps a very large chunk of the time. One time I was trying to drive to a hike on the Washington side of the Columbia River, and it sent me across a bridge into Portland Oregon and tried to get me to go through multiple hours of rush-hour traffic before I looked at what it was telling me to do, realizing that it was about three times slower than just driving on the Washington side of the river. This is one of the many such examples, where it thinks it has found the fastest route, but in reality sends you down one of the most complex and confusing networks of side-streets through places you never even needed to pass through in the first place.
Google maps used to be great. In the past year it’s started giving weird directions. Keeps taking me down gravel roads. Weird turns down residential areas for no reason. Losing where we are. We were in Oregon heading to Cheyenne . It wanted to route us west out out of Idaho into Montana then south to 80. There was construction at a bridge. 80 was not closed. The year before they were routing cars off the exit at the bridge and right back on to replace the bridg. Why would google maps take me like 4 hours out of our way. Thank his we knew the way we wanted to go. We’re starting to use Apple Maps more now because goggle is getting unreliable.
There’s something for everyone. My husband enjoys worship and sits in peace during the service. I’m a student… so I take notes, highlight my bible and write my reflections. Our 15 year old son, when I ask him if he wants to go to church, looks at me and answers, “of course” when he attends South Bay Students and Sunday night. If Planet Fitness hadn’t already trade marked the marketing “No judgement”, South Bay could have. We never leave a Sunday service the same person as we came in and we are encouraged to take our growth in our relationship with Jesus to the world… with no judgement.
Google maps has been making mistakes on my route a lot over the past 6-8 months. It takes me miles in the wrong direction, just to bring me back to the same place. Today it took us about 20 miles in the opposite direction that we needs to go. Thankfully I realized when I still had enough gas to get back to a service station before running out. It took us so far out in the country there were no service stations anywhere. We depend on google maps for our job every day. But it has gotten really I un -dependable. I really hope this problem can be fixed as soon as possible. Dee
I would like to acknowledge Isaiah and his coworker they both went above and beyond for my family and I they did a spectacular job. on 6-26-2022 my family and I came to your location to rent you’re double kayaks. The staff was very knowledgeable about the rentals and very friendly and very helpful they followed all the company policies and procedures they complied with all the rules. Fantastic job both gentlemen made sure we we’re secure and made it back to shore safely thank you thank you thank you
I give them both 5 stars I didn’t get the other coworkers name.