|Louise Shaw talking to the group and a group from the|
U. of Virginia at the CDC Museum.
We stayed on the Emory campus for lunch and then ventured to The World of Coca-Cola. Kelly and I dropped the group off and went to park the vans. Once again, they were too tall to comfortably fit in the parking garage so we had to drive around Atlanta a bit to find a surface lot to park in. By the time we found spots and walked the several blocks to the Coca-Cola, the rest of the group were almost done with the tour. So Kelly and I went through the tour while Prof. Young waited. Apparently taking the Coke tour for the umpteenth time wasn't appealing. I did enjoy tasting all of the different kinds of soft drinks that Coke produces throughout the world. I think Inca Kola from Peru was my favorite.
|The view of the Atlanta skyline|
from Atlantic Station.
After we met back up outside, we took a vote on what to do next and the result was a split right down the middle. So we split the group in two and Kelly took a group to Underground Atlanta while Prof. Young and I took a group to Atlantic Station for a shopping excursion.
|Karina, Bri, Jennie and Brittley after|
shopping victoriously at Atlantic Station.