The Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Underground and Coca Cola World

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Arriving at Turner Field, this giant Coke bottle is outside left field. Notice some of many baseball items it is made of.
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We watched the Braves play the Atlanta Bluejays. The massive jumbotron was one of the largest I've seen.
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Although our seats were a little high, there was a great view of downtown.
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Plus we had a nice view directly behind home plate and could watch the pitches. The Braves lost their 8th straight game, 6-5 (and they were ahead until the 8th inning!)
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Another view of the Atlanta skyline as the sun sets. Notice the giant Coke bottle.
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Arriving at the Atlanta Underground, a five-block area of the original downtown. "Underground" because the original streets are now several levels below the current street level. It also contains a museum about the underground railroad.
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Some antique cars. Atlanta began as a Railroad Town in 1836. To this day, the Zero Milepost still stands next to Underground Atlanta, marking the southern end of the rail line.
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Here you can see how there are several levels to the streets, which today are filled with shops and reteraunts.
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This gas lamp still burns inside Underground Atlanta, despite being damaged in The Battle of Atlanta, on July 22, 1864 as the city was shelled by Union troops. Atlanta was a Confederate Supply Depot before being burned to the ground.
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The World of Coca-Cola, sits next door to Underground Atlanta, since 1990.
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Partly a museum, mostly a giant commercial, the World of Coca-Cola recalls how the famous bevarage began in Atlanta in 1886.
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The exibits include Coca-Cola memorabilia, songs, comercials, packaging and signage.
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Even this Coca-Cola motorcycle, the Coke King Harley-Davidson.
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A view of some of the buildings of Atlanta, from the 22nd floor of the Mariot Marquee, where I was attend a SmartMarriage Conference

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