----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FROM OUR ORIGINAL POST: The Bebes will be embarking on their second Theme Park Tour soon, and could really use the help of other TPR members.
We are hoping to get some advice about the parks (routes, eateries, hidden gems, opinions, etc.) as well as the cities that they are in (other landmarks, eateries, etc.)
We already have Six Flags, Cedar Fair & Busch Properties season passes. We could use advice on acquiring discounts for Kennywood, Knoebel's, & Hershey.
We will be posting Super Duper trip reports right here in this thread as the trip unfolds!
Please help us make the best of our trip! Thanks! -The Bebes
Last edited by The Bebes on Tue Jul 02, 2013 1:05 pm.
Just looking at your trip real quick, I think the highlight is going to be seeing Big Mike lol
Actually, we meet up at Dorney on Friday, and after that you have a sightseeing day, an open day, Great Adventure, and then another sight seeing day.
Since you are up as far north as you are going to go in Dorney, you "could" conceivably go right down the whole Jersey coast and collect everything, including Moreys Pier and Cape May NJ unless you have them already. They both have 6 coasters each.
You are also skimming right around Dutch Wonderland too.
Thats just the credit whore in me speaking, sightseeing time is cool too, especially Washington DC.
I'll be heading up to Ohio to Cedar Point and King's island the weekend you are going to Dorney and Six Flags but WOW what a lot of parks to go to in such a short amount of time, I'm jealous. Mostly because at the moment not sure if I could afford such a trip but it sounds like fun! Have fun at Dorney with Big Mike! Though it's hard to not have fun with Big Mike around!
If you have a yen for a good pulled-pork BBQ sandwich while you're in Williamsburg, check out Pierce's Pitt on East Rochambeau (very near Great Wolf Lodge) and order "JC's Special." If you want any other local restaurant recommendations, let me know.
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