Clint Thompson Posted August 13, 2015 Report Share Posted August 13, 2015 I've always wanted to go to California and check out the old Atari HQ building at 1196 and of course the Computer History Museum - which is conveniently located only about 4 miles away from the old Atari HQ. I may have an upcoming and rare opportunity with some time off to make the drive (yes, drive... I'm a scenic opportunist and actually enjoy the long drives with a Micro Machine that gets about 40mpg so... yeah!) and had a few questions for some of you that may be well traveled to and from the California area. I'm located in Indiana and have two options: either I-80 which appears to have no tolls at all and is riddled with some form of construction along the way... or I can take I-40 with tolls and is also riddled with some form of construction along the way. Outside of possibly swinging through LA, which I'm unsure if I'll even be able to make at this point, would there be any definitive benefit to going with I-40 over I-80? Also, what other things are in the area that is highly recommended to check out while I'm there should this actually happen? And are any of you in the area or along the way? Wouldn't mind meeting a few new faces and talking good things Atari, if so! Thanks for any input in advance... it would be cool to knock this one off the bucket list for 2015 :-) 7800 - 130XE - XEGS - Lynx - Jaguar - ISO: Atari Falcon030 | STBook |STe Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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