Super 8 Harrisburg/Hershey Area
Travel Blogs from Harrisburg
Waking up on the second glorious day…the sun is shining…the breakfast comes with the room…and we're sure that this will be the day will confront the Easter Bunny.
Off we went to Hershey Park…not before stopping at Giant food store to buy our discount tickets…because we’re cheap that way.
We left as planned…maybe an hour later…but with two young kids we consider that "on time". Bella (I’m five-years-old) regaled us with her plans to capture the elusive Easter Bunny for the first hour…taking a one second break every minute to breath. Afterwards she started to sing songs of glory…or was it “Days of …
... with quite a few food delicacy tours. First stop is Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery. When we pulled into the parking lot, all of us couldn't quite believe how small the shop is, at least from outside. The building was built in 1861, with the charm from old time. The tour was very informative. We learned how to make pretzel/tie the pretzel knot. Every step of the pretzel making has a special meaning.
Baba bought ...
4 hrs, 7.2 kms
Day Totals: 12 hrs, 22.8 kms
Next I head east just a couple of miles to Biglerville, where it becomes even more evident that this is apple country--there's even a "National Apple Museum". Almost as big as the town itself is what looks like a big apple processing plant. I see a number of Latinos (haven't seen many in other small towns in the county) so I'm guessing orchard work is a draw here for immigrant labour. I ...
... college students... and of course, the occasional Open Mike... Only problem is that they're too pricey for me. I hate paying 1.40 for a doughnut (when I could buy a half dozen doughnuts at the discount store for less than that!) but I figure it's worth it to enjoy the coffeehouse vibe.
A young fellow sitting next to me ask about the guitar... and we start chatting music. He grew ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking