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Today was our last day in NYC, We went out for brekky (I got to pick) and had a last look around before catching 2 hour train to Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was very humid when we departed the train station. We jumped in a taxi and drove to our hotel; Hawthorn. It had free cookies! Yum ;) We checked in ...
... succeed, try, try again." The museum takes you from his failed attempts to start a candy company to his success with the Lancaster Caramel Company and then on to his creation of the Hershey bar and Hershey, Pennsylvania. You see how he believed that a happy worker is a productive worker with his policy of worker innovation and his building of a community that had recreational opportunities (an amusement park, zoo, and swimming ...
This blog will be a bit different from my usual blogs. It is only a weekend, but I felt I should do it because it may help others when planning a trip to Hershey.
We started a tradition on our first anniversary that we have tried to maintain over the years. On our anniversary (or near) we would go to a luxury hotel, even if it was for only one night. We have hit it more than we have missed it. For our 10th, it was just dinner because ...
... dates back to the 1830s. At 11:30 it was time to go across the street to the Strasburg Railroad to get ready for our 12:00 departure. This is a Tuesday, before the tourist season, and there was still a crowd waiting to board the train. I can only imagine what it must be like during the summer. We opted to ride in the "open" car. The open car actually has a roof, but no windows. It was the perfect place to ride on ...
Warning – this, and the next few posts, have strong Railroad themes. Mature readers are advised.
This morning it we were leaving Washington DC so we went to Union Station to pick up the car, a Ford focus this time. A bit tense with massive roads 4 lanes wide, impatient drivers who don't use their indicators, emergency vehicles whizzing by and trucks blocking intersections but after half an hour we were onto the main highway and could settle in for ...