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    catrancher Assistant Cruise Director Forum Host

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    Yep! Say Hi! :yes:

    And also stop by the Georgia Aquarium right next door to the Coke museum.

    Tom :)macwave:... y'all come back now. Ya' hear!)
     
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    There is a Coke museum?

    How cool is that!!

    Will most definitely say hi if I ever make my way there :)
     
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    Yep! :yes:

    Right here!

    Tom :)macwave:... in the city that invented the stuff!)
     
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    Yep, there is a Coke museum. http://www.worldofcoca-cola.com/ It's very cool. Loved the auarium too. There is also this restaurant downtown called Miss Pittypat's Porch that was FANTASTIC. Of course, everything we ate in Atlanta was phenomenal. Now I know why everyone was out jogging :tongue:
     
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    "I worry about you, really I do"

    Don't worry about me Skywatcher... I only drink a couple of cups at a time. Don't want to over do it.

    I know that most people think it tastes bitter, but I like that taste. I like the taste of tonic water too... :shrug: I find Beverly quite similar, albeit stronger on the quinine taste.
     
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    :lol:

    I like tonic water, but I do like watching other people go in there and discover beverly :lol:

    The Israeli lemon one ( Kinley ???) is delicious tastes like sherbert lemons - yum


    I love the fountain in EPCOT, has some amazing music - the score from the Rescuers Down Under and Rocketeer and we like to sit and watch that with a coffee or an ice cream

    It was near there we sat and talked to some very special friends :hug2: so its a special place for us
     
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    Hey Chris, you are so right. I am so sorry that they closed that little coffee/bakery place near the fountain. Think it is now an icecream place? Not sure. But missed it last time. We usually started our day there with a latte and some sort of baked good.
     
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    oh yes! the fountain!!

    We would sit there after Illuminations and just enjoy whilst people made their way out, barely anyone stopped.. and the music & lights show is soooo good!
     
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    I kind of have one - well by that i mean i know im right at some point but im sure someone will come along and help or correct me!
    Magic Kingdom is not at ground level, the corridors underneat the MK are actually the ground level. MK is built on earth used from the lagoon opposite and it was built on a hill to represent going towards your dreams.

    Is that right? :unsure: Im sure i was told that at some point in the KTTK?!
     

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