Alright, stupid pictures loaded in the wrong order. We went to Red Robin. My kids said we need one of these mom...a tv in the floor. Umm, no. they thought it was so cool. All of them.
Here's some of them deciding what they were going to order. We pretty much all got burgers and water to drink. The burgers were the BEST we've ever tasted. Loved it!
Hershey, PA is just a beautiful place. So well kept, so green everywhere you look. The people are so welcoming as well. Just a nice place to visit. Says welcome Hershey up above.
Next place we went to was down town to the Museum. We decided on doing the museum experience and also the chocolate lab
Some of the kids listening to facts they learned. They were all impressed that Mr. Hershey never gave up his dream. Despite failing in both New York and Philadelphia, he pressed on. The Carmel Company of Lancaster was a success but he had bigger dreams of chocolate. Folks thought him crazy for selling it all to build his chocolate dream but he did it and look where it took him. Good chance for kids to learn determination, hard work and the concept of never giving up. Dream big kids!
All the kids in front of the entrance of the museum. So much we all learned there. It was truly informational. All the products that did not make it. And how Hershey was not competitive. Even let Mr. Reece develop candy using his equipment. And we all know about Reece's Peanut Butter Cups. Wow!
The kids had so many opportunities to do some interactive games and to read about inventions and Hershey's history. They were all stunned to learn that the Hershey Kisses used to get wrapped individually by HAND! Yep, it's true. They'd pay kids by the piece to wrap them up. Give them 5 lbs to work with.