2018-AMERICA WINTER CAMP
Charlotte to Orlando
Welcome to Orlando, having a good rest .
We will visit Kennedy Space Center.
We will enjoy the one-day tour at Universal Studios Florida.
Orlando to Xi-an
Xi-an to Atlanta
Welcome to Atlanta, having a good rest .
A sightseeing tour of the city: we will visit CNN, World of Coca-cola, the Georgia Aquarium and Stone Mountain Park.
Atlanta to Charlotte
Today, we will go shopping at North Georgia Premium Outlets, and arrive in Charlotte at nightfall.
These days, the children will live in the American family, and follow the American kids to go to school, the courses are arranged according to America primary school syllabus. And the parents will enjoy the local city tour and go shopping at South Park Mall which is one of the most famous shopping malls in America.
CNN(Cable News Network)
The CNN Center became a part of the Downtown Atlanta horizon in 1976 as part of the Omni International Group but the actual offices and newsrooms didn’t move into the facility until 1987. In addition to the CNN offices and newsrooms, a world-class hotel, the Omni is located within the CNN Center. The CNN Center also contains an impressive food court that is available to visitors, employees of CNN and patrons of the Philips Arena and other Downtown Atlanta attractions.
With the success of several news programs throughout the years, the CNN Center decided to create a special fifty-five minute guided tour which would enable visitors to take a peek into the inner workings of a twenty-four hour news network. During the tour, visitors get the opportunity to experience the state of the art technology utilized by many of the programs produced within the CNN Center as well as watch live tapings of shows from CNN, CNN International and Headline News to name a few.
The CNN Center is the epicenter of emerging new media, allowing visitors to witness how this news giant consistently keeps its finger on the pulse of all things current, and making it one of Downtown Atlanta’s most popular attractions.
World of Coca-Cola
The World of Coca-Cola is a museum in Atlanta, USA, that celebrates the history and culture of Coke, one of America's favorite soft drinks. The museum is located on a 20-acre complex across Baker Street from Centennial Olympic Park just a few blocks away from where John Pemberton initially created the formula for Coca-Cola. Next to the World of Coca-Cola is the Georgia Aquarium, another popular attraction in Atlanta city.
The World of Coca-Cola is a fun, interactive experience that explores everything Coke through use of artifacts, artwork, video and sound. The entire tour of the museum is said to last an average of 90 minutes but Coke fans have been known to spend as long as 2 hours or more gawking at more than 1,000 Coca-Cola artifacts and interactive exhibits such as a replica 1930s soda fountain.The museum includes collections of memorabilia from throughout Coke's history, including advertisements and collectibles as well as artwork featuring Coke's iconic image. There is also a movie about Coca-Cola and a chance to interact with characters like the famous Coca-Cola polar bear. Highlights of the museum include a mini bottling plant that allows guests to see the operation of a fully functioning bottling line which produces commemorative 8-ounce bottles of Coca-Cola Classic. The bottling process is slowed down significantly to allow guests an easier view. A complex robotic delivery system sends the bottles upstairs to "Taste It!" where guests retrieve them as they exit the museum.In the “Taste It” exhibit, guests can sample over 60 different types of Coke drinks from around the world. There is also a Coca-Cola Freestyle self-serve machine, which can dispense a guest's choice of over 100 carbonated and non-carbonated beverages produced by the company.Another big attraction is the "Vault of the Secret Formula," which is an interactive exhibit that teach visitors about the rich history, mythology and intrigue around the secret Coca-Cola formula. A copy of the formula is actually guarded in a stronghold in the museum and the vault may be as close as anyone will ever get to seeing the most closely guarded trade secret in history.The World of Coca-Cola also has a store where you can purchase all kinds of Coke souvenirs. A must visit for anyone who loves the soft drink.
With over eight million gallons of water and sixty exhibits featuring some of the planet’s most unique animals and plant life, there is more than enough to see and experience while visiting this state of the art facility. From the children-friendly exhibits that feature interactive activities which allow them to get up close and personal with marine wildlife to the awe-inspiring attractions that capture the true beauty of the complex world that exists underwater, the Georgia Aquarium is a life-changing experience waiting to happen.
There is a large food court that offers a variety of options and a souvenir shop for those seeking to take home a memento of their visit at the world’s largest aquarium. The Georgia Aquarium is unlike anything you’ve ever seen and is sure to be a place you’ll want to visit for years to come.
Stone Mountain Park
Visit one of the top historical attractions in the United States and one of the most fun things to do in Atlanta, located less than 30 miles from the World of Coca‑Cola. The park features the world’s largest exposed granite monolith. Not only that, but your whole family can explore the variety of attractions and natural surroundings that make the park unforgettable.
Universal Studios Florida
It Just Got Real
Hang on tight. Your heroes are about to burst through the screen and yank you into the story. You’re the star here and you’ll disappear into one jaw-dropping adventure after another. Dodge evil villains. Defend the earth. Face a fire-breathing dragon. Wander into animated worlds where characters you love are suddenly right beside you. Go beyond the screen, behind the scenes and jump into the action of your favorite films at the world’s premier movie and TV based theme park.
Universal Studios Florida is a theme park located in Orlando, Florida. Opened on June 7, 1990, the park's theme is the entertainment industry, in particular movies and television. Universal Studios Florida inspires its guests to "ride the movies", and it features numerous attractions and live shows. The park is one component of the larger Universal Orlando Resort.
In 2016, the park hosted an estimated 9,998,000 visitors, ranking as the sixth most attended theme park in the United States, as well as the ninth most attended theme park worldwide.
Kennedy Space Center
Come face-to-face with space during special events at Kennedy Space Center. Visitors can watch rockets blast off, meet astronauts and celebrate holidays in space, just to name a few.