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The World of Coca Cola

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Since my visit in Atlanta I have been meaning to share this entry from the Coca-Cola Museum. I had a blast and like as always I have tons of picture to share. I know, i know .. it is either I got loads of them or none at all. Which reminds me I didn’t have a pic from my adventure at Six Flag Whiter Waters. šŸ™ We couldn’t risk our phones being stolen from the lockers we rented or get my SLR wet. Boo! Anyway, back to this post … the museum gets you started with an intro movie of an animated / musical story about Coca Cola.



Then we spotted the Polar Bear mascot and took some snaps. Some of the pics will be posted in my personal facebook account as it will be way too long to post it all. I just want to share as much as I can to document the whole day.

WARNING: HEAVY IMAGE POST AHEAD!


Then, we sampled 64 drinks by the company from all over the world. No worries, I have took some pictures of those too for your entertainment / information. The rest are pretty much the typical drink that you know like Coke and Sprite…



This post is getting quite lengthy already … if you made it this fast then I really thank you from the bottom of my heart from taking the time to actually read my short fillers and look at my picture post. The never ending soda tasting was quite fun [better than I have expected] and I really enjoyed Thailand’s Melon Frosty. In my opinion, Asia still have the best drink of all the 64 drinks available out there from Coca Cola. Then we watched a 3D movie of what supposedly is the secret ingredient to Coke … don’t even bother wondering if they did tell —they didn’t! Fooo! SO what did they say? That the secret ingredient is “YOU” or us because we … oh nevermind its just a bunch of bull. šŸ˜› WTF! Making us look more stupid and dumb. Then some pics from the World Olympics Torch and then the Vault — same concept as the movie of supposedly letting you in on their secret ingredient. Bah. Bunch of lies.



Please excuse my Fugly photo wearing 3D glasses, I look weird there. FML! Then of course I had to end it with a nice shot of myself looking all fab. Yea, some of you would be like “why is she wearing a maxi dress in a Museum?” — well that’s what I preferred to wear that day. okay? If my observation was correct I was the only one in a maxi dress there that day. The whole time I was very comfortable except during the 3D movie when the theater got quite cold. Next time I’ll check out some jackets for myself and even for the boyf at the wholesale mens jackets I saw online. Hopefully you have learned something from this entry and had a bit fun even by just looking through the pictures. ‘Til my next feature. xox

My name is Angela Ricardo Bethea and I am the founder and editor behind KoreanDoll.net ( and many other online publications ) ... I love the finer things in life, I'm quite a shop-a-holic and a certified jet-setter. So if I am not behind my laptop to blog, I'd probably be shopping if not traveling.

5 Comments

  1. Anni

    August 20, 2012 at 3:27 am

    Wow this looks pretty awesome! No idea there was a actual Coca-cola museum and now I’ll have to take a road trip there one time.

    anni-dot-elle.blogspot.com

  2. Nerdy Asian

    August 20, 2012 at 3:59 am

    Wow! A coca cola museum! Sounds awesome as ! And you actually sampled all 64 drinks?! We’re you full by the end of it? :p love the polar bear mascot haha!

  3. Angel

    August 20, 2012 at 6:46 am

    sooo cool!

    And I love how you winged your eyes!! :)) tutorial :DD

    http://angeldiamante.blogspot.com/

  4. Dhadha

    August 20, 2012 at 10:17 am

    You look gorgeous loves! How I wish maka punta din ako dyan. You’re such a lucky gurl! <3 Paki sabi nga kay Derek na kung pwede nyo ako iadopt pra makasama naman ako sa mga lakad nyo. Ang sarap cguro maging junakis nyo. Hahahaha! šŸ™‚

  5. Yasmin

    August 20, 2012 at 6:36 pm

    OMG I love the polar bear!! <3

    http://missmadd.com

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