Our second day in Hershey went on pretty much like the first, with the older boys and my dad going on the bigger coasters in the park and the rest of us wandering around the park aimlessly, going on rides as we saw them. Hershey is alright, but it bothered me a little. A lot of the rides overlap each other, the riders coming dangerously close to people on other rides. And the coasters also go right above the walkways, which is really frightening. And the map is absolute crap. It just made me long for Disneyworld, where the atmosphere is magical, the transitions from area to area are smooth, and even waiting in line is fun. I need to go again soon. D:
But Hershey and Disney shared the same huge crowds.
Hanging around a small fountain to get some water shots and creep on strangers. Mhmmm.
I LOVE THIS ONE. SO MUCH.
There was a zoo in the park that Alec and I went to with his parents. It was a sad little place with tiny enclosures.
MINIONS. Too bad we all fail at claw. D:
Andre's just eating a big bucket of fries, nbd.
Inside the factory tour ride, complete with Disney-esque dancing cows. Oy.
LOOK AT ALL THAT CHOCOLATE. Too bad my dad flipped out on me lagging behind to salivate over the chocolate so I only got a bag of Reese's Pieces. Bah.
Our hotel had a cool pool. =]