Coca Cola Field Trip

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The World of Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta opened to the public after relocation and renovation on May 24, 2007. I didn’t get see it until four years after on March 12, 2011 on a middle school field trip. I was 13 in the 7th grade and it was finally my year to go to the famous World of Coca-Cola museum. Only 7th graders got to go on this field trip and I was looking forward to it, since I was in the 4th grade when my brother went, and said “it was so much fun”. This was the first and last field trip that I went on after I missed the opportunity in the 5th grade to go to Barrier Island because my mother couldn’t come with me due to late registration. So, on this trip, my mother was able to attend,which ‘til this day I don’t know if it was the best idea. Compared to the reading The Educational Value of Field Trips by Green, Kisida, and Bowen this trip was very enriching. I was educated on the creation and the background of the Coca-Cola enterprise and had a new outlook on life just from a small bubbly beverage.…show more content…
My mother was tired, but I was ecstatic about going on my first field trip with my friends and my mother (which I would later regret). As I was getting dressed the movie Parent Trap the 1998 version was playing on my television. This was the film based on two twin sisters (both played by Lindsay Lohan) separated at birth who discovered each other for the first time at a random summer camp, creating a plan to get their mom and dad back together again after 11 years. At the time, it was the perfect movie, I figure that I was going to discover myself on this trip and would come back home a completely different person. Clearly, I was foolish at the

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