Back in May this year, the Wizard World Comic Convention came into the city of Atlanta. It was a very opportune time for me as I’m in the city for the about ten weeks to visit our client, Elavon. The Wizard World Comic Con events are held in different cities in the US with the grandest happening in the city of San Diego. And this time in Atlanta, event was held for three days in the Georgia World Congress Center, just across the Philips Arena and near the CNN Center.
Though I’m not a hard fanatic of comic books, I sure did love reading them specially when I was still living in Singapore. I’ve read multiple comic book series from the Singapore libraries. And among the most famous comic books, I liked reading a lot of Marvel comics specially the X-men series and Spiderman.
So on the second day of the conference, together with my on-site manager and friend, Niko and his wife, Kim, we went on to check out the event. The ticket costs $40 for access into conference, but to get pictures or autographs with the celebrities in the event has additional costs.
During my first weekend in Atlanta, I took a drive down to the downtown area with my colleague Sally. We headed to checkout two of the most famous attractions of Atlanta. This day we visited the World of Coca-Cola and took a studio tour into the CNN Center. On this blog I’ll focus our trip into the World of Coca-Cola.
The World of Coca Cola is located next to the Georgia Aquarium and the Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. The World of Coca-Cola is an indoor exhibition that features all about everyone’s favorite and probably the most famous soda drink in the world. This attraction is also located just a few blocks from where the headquarters of Coca-Cola is located.
The World of Coca-Cola is a modern building that stands right next to a park and the Georgia Aquarium beside it. One interesting feature of the building is that it has this glass tower which contains the image of the iconic Coke bottle.