After we were done with Gettysburg, we traveled south to Maryland. The Imaginative One had never been to Maryland.
After we were done in Hershey, we drove an hour south east to Gettysburg.
Continue reading Gettysburg- Blog Post #9
The next morning, we packed up and then headed back to Chocolate World.
Continue reading Chocolate World, Again, and Trolley Ride – Blog Post #8
Once the Imaginative One and I met back up, we went to the Boardwalk which is the water park in Hershey Park.
Continue reading The Rest of the Day at Hershey Park – Blog Post #7
After I finished visiting ZooAmerica, I wandered around the park some more before I was supposed to meet up with the Imaginative One. Continue reading Wandering Around Hershey Park ALONE – Blog Post #6
After I allowed the Imaginative One to go off on his own, it was my turn to explore the park. He would not be happy with his mom not wanting to ride all of the roller coasters. I like roller coasters but some are too much for me and it was really hot. (90s)
After we were finished with Chocolate World, we crossed over to the Hershey Park area and then waited in line before entering the park.
The next morning, we got up and ate breakfast in our room. Even though they had coffee in the lobby area of the hotel, it was only okay to drink.
I opted to go to Chocolate World to get coffee from there before heading over to Hershey Park.
After we visited Chocolate World, we went over to Hershey Park.
Welcome to my newest travel series!
The Imaginative One’s 14th birthday was while he was at Boy Scout camp down in Kentucky. I decided to take him for a road trip after the Boy Scout Camp to celebrate his 14th birthday.
He had wanted to go to Hershey Park for five or more years so that is where we decided to go on this road trip.