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    Which came first the turtle or the donkey?
  1. Should hopefully be at the park this Thursday. Been a long time ago, but had a few questions: (1) Going to be rolling solo and plan to get there late morning and stay through early evening - figure ~9-10 hours. Given there are single rider lines on some of the rides and I don't feel the need to do everything, assuming the $$$ for MaxPass won't be worth it? Must rides for me with a re-ride on maybe 1-2 of them are (feel free to recommend others): Thunder Mountain, Haunted Mansion, Hyperspace Mountain (likely 2X), Indiana Jones, Jungle Cruise, Matterhorn Bobsleds, Millennium Falcon Smuggler
  2. Thanks! Didn’t know about that. Do you have to pay for parking on both Thursday and Friday in that case or does it work for both days?
  3. Planning to visit Hershey for the first time on a Friday this July. Have one day, but have the whole day. Is the Flash Pass Unlimited a must? Was thinking normal Flash Pass could probably suffice since will probably only want to re-ride a few, but it’s a fairly comparable price point at $75 vs. $90. Assuming, I really only care about the coasters, is Flash Pass worth it? I’m assuming Friday crowds are similar to Saturday / Sunday. Any must eat places either in or outside the park?
  4. If planning to do both the amusement park and the pool on one summer Saturday, is there a good place to change with lockers to store normal clothes / wet bathing suits when doing one vs. the other? Also thinking about where to keep valuables while swimming. Any tips?
  5. - Definitely get up early and take advantage of the early entry to the park that you'll get from staying at Breakers. I rode Steel Vengeance, Maverick, Millennium Force, and Valravyn all before the park opened since they were all "early entry" attractions. Top Thrill Dragster was not one, so I recommend going to that earlier in the day. Since you'll have early entry and you have a few days (albeit a weekend), you may not need to buy FastLane - would feel it out the first day. - If the budget fits it, best meal I had was at Bay Harbor. - If you're flying in and haven't booked yet, co
  6. 1) You can just get a ticket to HHN without a daytime ticket. The advantage to having a daytime ticket is you can stay in a "holding area" during the transition inside the park and get first dibs on some of the houses. 2) Honestly now a days any day is a busy day, but I'll let someone else speak to that. They have certain tickets that are good certain days and certain lengths of time for the locals and they flood the park any chance they have with their "season pass" of sorts. One ticket is good for unlimited visits the first few weeks, the other is good for unlimited visits certain days o
  7. 1) You can just get a ticket to HHN without a daytime ticket. The advantage to having a daytime ticket is you can stay in a "holding area" during the transition inside the park and get first dibs on some of the houses. 2) Honestly now a days any day is a busy day, but I'll let someone else speak to that. They have certain tickets that are good certain days and certain lengths of time for the locals and they flood the park any chance they have with their "season pass" of sorts. One ticket is good for unlimited visits the first few weeks, the other is good for unlimited visits certain days o
  8. Is there a recommended / most convenient hotel to stay at between Knoebels and Hershey? Ideally something approximately halfway from both if I wanted to a weekend at both parks (Saturday at one, Sunday at other). Was looking at Hampton Inn in Pine Grove.
  9. A few Halloween Horror Nights questions: (1) You cannot just buy admission to HHN right? It's a ticket to Universal Studios Florida (not IOA or Volano Bay) and then a separate fee? (2) Assume Friday and Saturday are busiest days, how do Sundays tend to be? Is it recommended to get an Express Pass on a Sunday assuming I want to see ~5 attractions? (3) Related to crowds, how well do they do with controlling the crowds in the scare experiences? I went to a similar Halloween attraction a few years back and it wasn't all that effective / enticing given they had so many people walking through
  10. Fyi...they do have non soft serve ice cream. The new sponsorship is Breyers. Thanks! I guess it has a smaller presence than the previous ones I mentioned (or I wasn’t paying enough attention), as everywhere I looked and used to go for regular ice cream seemed to not be there anymore. Specifically thinking of the old Cold Stone locations near the main fountain and near Nitro / Batman.
  11. Mini trip report and notes from my visit on Tuesday 7/31: - So happy I didn’t get a flash pass. Only wait of the day was about 20 minutes for Justice League. Everything else was basically a walk on or station wait. Rode Nitro and El Toro each 3x in a row in afternoon / early eve - Cyborg - meh. Honestly nothing to write home about. - Joker - much better than I remember it being. Hit me with some great surprises. - Dare Devil Dive - never had done this and now SO glad I did. The coolest / best experience in the park. As much as I love the Kingda Ka launch - the first drop on this is incr
  12. Thinking of going next Saturday (7/28) - is Fast Lane basically a must? Are there single rider lines?
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