36,000 feet +/-

Commercial air travel takes you high above the surface. On a recent flight, are cruising altitude was 36,000 feet, give or take. At any rate, in the comfort of the cabin, I enjoyed an ice-cold Coca-Cola as you see here.

Enjoying Coca-Cola at 36,000 feet.

Enjoying Coca-Cola at 36,000 feet.

I have the protective cover on my phone coordinated with my choice of beverages. This was another great flight aboard American Airlines, with friendly cabin staff. No matter what you’re flying, ALWAYS do your checklist and follow crew instructions.

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San Pellegrino, Limonata

For many years, I’ve enjoyed San Pellgrino sparkling water. Every once in a while, I indulge in a “limonita” as they call it. There’s tons of lemon flavor in it as you can see indicated on the can in the photo:

San Pellegrino, Limonata.

San Pellegrino, Limonata.

It also serves well as a mixer for some favorite drinks, putting that extra punch into the beverages. Best served very cold, in my humble opinion. Enjoy all the flavors you can find!

Coca-Cola Twins

It’s amazing to see the creative ways The Coca-Cola Company markets its legendary elixir. Here’s a pair of “bottles” that are actually made out of aluminum.

These bottles hold about 8.5 ounces, the perfect serving size for a refreshing treat. I can’t imagine what they’ll come up with next, but I’m sure it will be of excellent design and impressive creativity. Enjoy Coca-Cola! Ice-cold of course!

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