Hersheypark 10/23

Monday, October 25, 2010 9:14 PM

We arrived about 3pm, nearly parked by the Giant Center. There was some car race in the parking lot until 4pm, and a battle of the marching bands in the preferred parking. Had a 35 min wait for the Comet, which was smooth as always. This is still the best Hershey woodie. 9/10.

Then to the train ride, which had a big line, but they just put the 'second train' on. Good times. Lunch at the outdoor food court, then Storm Runner. There was an issue with one of the trains, so the line almost cleared out, and I waited. After about 45 min, we launched, and while short, its intense. 8.5/10.

Then back to Lightning Racer. This ride is still a performer, and a line mover. 9/10. Then a long walk back to the Kissing Tower, and a huge line. We passed, and I hit the sooperBOOperlooper, 9.5/10. That is a great classic coaster.

Then to Chocolate World, and the art of spending real money. It was the first trip for my Fiancee's 4yr old nephew, and wile he was tall enough for the Comet and Trailblazer, he rode them both and loved them, along with several kiddie rides, and the trick or treat area. Without any scare zones, Hersheypark really has a good group of visitors that, while the park gets crowded, it is quite enjoyable. So, 6 hours in the park, 1 hour in chocolate world, 4 coasters. Overall visit, 9/10.

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