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My family visit to World of Coca-Cola

Pop, fizz. Don't you love an ice cold bottle of Coke? I know I do.

Recently, my family went to the museum and tourist attraction World of Coca-Cola. As I walked in, I knew I was in the right place.

My first stop was the welcome room. There, we met Cookie, an expert on Coca-Cola. She told us that the very first Coke was invented in Atlanta. We saw advertisements for Coca-Cola from places around the world. We got to see the new Coca-Cola movie. It's about a family of polar bears; this year, for the first time, they were given voices.

Next, we moved on to the self-guided tour. One of the rooms we visited held the secret formula vault. It all started with getting scanned for security reasons. Apparently, the secret formula is very well guarded.

To get to the vault, we entered a round room with many projectors showing movies on every surface of the room. After a few minutes, the walls moved to reveal a gigantic steel door with many locks holding the secret formula. It really is held in that vault!

On our way to the movie, we stopped to take pictures with the polar bear. The most exciting part was the tasting room. We tasted some of the most disgusting sodas you could imagine.

One of the most interesting flavors was gingerbread soda. On our way out, everyone got a glass bottle of Coke to take home.

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