I was on a road trip of the east coast majorly covering New York and Pennsylvania. We took a stop in Harrisburg on the way to Washington DC from Buffalo. Its majorly an industrial town with many universities and institutions having been set up here in Harrisburg. I was staying in Middletown, which was closer to Hershey's park. Since it is Amish Town and maybe for other reasons, there aren't many things that one can do in this town except for the woodcraft markets, civil war museums etc, which I chose to skip as I only had next 12 hours in this place. The following morning, we left for Hershey's. The fascinating part about Hershey is that although it comes under Dauphin County but appears to be a county in itself. From streetlights in the shape of their famous Hershey's kisses chocolate, to their parks and mainly the whole place known as Hershey. As much of a fascination should it be for children, it is for adults too.