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A Travel Blog entry by adechevron from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... over 1.7 billion servings each day. The company operates a franchised distribution system dating from 1889 where The Coca-Cola Company only produces syrup concentrate which is then sold to various bottlers throughout the world who hold an exclusive ...
A Travel Blog entry by elpinoine from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... interesting. You can see the whole history of Coca-cola with old adds, bottles and other coca-cola related stuff. There's a little Coca-cola factory where you see bottles of Coke being filled and travel on to "packaging". There is also a big hall where ...
A Travel Blog entry by sjk from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... . On the way we stopped at Cracker Barrel which is like a restaurant and store combined into one. We had their specialty Coca-Cola Chocolate Cake, (which I think didn't really taste like it had Coca-Cola in it; but my Mom thought it did). Then we ...
A Travel Blog entry by lapetitegrande3 from Bell Buckle, Tennessee, United States
... , or if it was just an accident. Whatever the reason, it became an instant success The combo included a 16 ounce R.C. Cola, and a Moon Pie that weighed almost a half pound. The duo was originally created as a snack for local Miners. Today, ...
A Travel Blog entry by cblake3493 from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... the World of Coca-Cola tour. The story behind the world's most famous beverage brand was explained. We saw Coca-Cola artifacts from yesterday and today and the vault where the secret formula is secured. We celebrated life's "Moments of ...
A Travel Blog entry by jdboy from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... you could do at your own pace. You get to see the vault where the secret recipe is supposedly held and view Coca Cola memorabilia, collectables, historical Coke machines, marketing, etc. It is all very interactive, not unlike Te Papa, only fun. I even ...
A Travel Blog entry by dospollos from St Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico
... not your typical roman catholic church, I don't think the pope would be too happy to see Chickens sacrificed, eggs broken, coca-cola burping and chanting more like something akin to Buddhism, oh and no priests, they only come once a month for baptisms if ...
A Travel Blog entry by rachandkev from Atlanta, Georgia, United States
... as coca cola was invented in atlanta. in the museum there was lots of memorabilia and they had lots of free samples of coca cola flavours and products from all over the world. kevin managed to try about 50 flavours of coca cola. he didnt feel to good ...
A Travel Blog entry by ellengoeseast from Kathmandu, Nepal
... with my dear friend, something I felt we didn't get to do enough in our busy volunteering schedules. Activities in Pepsi Cola, like photo sharing, blog updating, e-mailing and typing up the changes to the volunteer book, got quite a bit challenging ...
A Travel Blog entry by raajandpriya from Alpharetta, Georgia, United States
... know the secret recipe of Coca Cola? The only place it's kept on paper is in a huge vault opposite the aquarium in Coca Cola World, a museum to celebrate the iconic brand. We headed across the road to learn more interesting facts, such as there used to be ...
A Travel Blog entry by vamos_pa_ya from Merzouga, Morocco
... fui al desierto Sahara, pero tambien tengo claro que la experiencia, aunque espectacular, inolvidable, todavia sigue siendo denominada como Coca Cola Desert trip. A que me refiero con esto, que mis dos dias en el desierto, de dormir bajo las estrellas, ...
A Travel Blog entry by kalischild from Coba, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
... was to come, I removed Jessica Alba from my head, placed her over my heart, turned around to face the approaching Federale, and said.... "Cola Loka, por Jessica Alba, por favor." And the sun beat down on a Mexican town, and all was well. We avoided being ...
A Travel Blog entry by stock4peace from San Salvador, El Salvador
... blog and most likely the subject of continuous study, but I just want people to stop and think for a moment about Coca-Cola. First, it is a refreshing carbonated beverage that is in fact the number one carbonated drink in the world. The drink and their ...
A Travel Blog entry by srarrasmith from Salento, Quindío, Colombia
... saying it wrong, and my bad pronunciation got Javier, a native speaker, to say it wrong too. So we jokingly renamed it "Cócora Cola" (so it would have the same stresses on the words). Wednesday we went to Cócora Cola. I don't have much to write because ...
A Travel Blog entry by peter_northdale from Kathmandu, Nepal
... was effected, although the replacement looked barely more roadworthy. I realised I could have been worse off. Eventually Pepsi Cola corner approached and I stood apprehensively to survey my route to the door, the two young women collapsing gratefully ...
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6010 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States
... an old cemetery that many believe to be haunted. Take a short day trip to Atlanta to enjoy big-city attractions like the World of Coca Cola Pavilion and Six Flags Over Georgia. Be sure to ask the team at our Lawrenceville hotel for tips on all the area's ...Traveler Rating
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109 Buffalo Creek Dr., , Elizabethtown, Kentucky, United States7 reviews
This museum, bottled inside a bottling company, exhibits a large collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia.