We are more likely to get on a plane than we are to take a trip within our own state. That’s a shame since there’s so much to do right here in Pennsylvania.
We recently spent a jam-packed weekend in the Harrisburg area. A highlight of the weekend was the Saturday morning Segway tour and lunch at the Hotel Hershey. We knew about the park and the chocolate. We’d heard about the chocolate massages. But it turns out that there’s more to Hershey. Or so we found out during the Segway of Hershey off-road tour.
Segway of Hershey Tour
We had never ridden Segways before, and the off-road versions seemed initially daunting to Mindi. Daryl rode the Segway like a pro from the start.
The informative tour guides taught us basic Segway skills, and we spent an enjoyable two hours gliding around the hotel grounds and along private wooded paths. We heard colorful stories about the history of the company and founder, Milton Hershey. It was a pleasant way to spend an autumn morning, and the tour got our appetites primed for lunch.
Lunch at Harvest at Hotel Hershey
We conveniently had lunch at Harvest on the Hotel Hershey grounds. Harvest features local ingredients sourced from purveyors including Rettland Farm, Hummingbird Farms, Lancaster Co-Op and Groff’s Meats.
Upon sitting down in a private room with big picture windows overlooking the Hershey Hotel grounds, we both ordered drinks. Not surprisingly, Daryl opted for wine. Mindi, however, went for the Hershey Kisses Signature Chocolate Martini.
Daryl started the meal with a big bowl of She Crab soup, and Mindi got the sampler with three small bowls of soup. Daryl made a good choice since the She Crab soup was the best soup of the three.
For the main course, Daryl had the Fish and Chips made with Yuengling beer batter. Mindi had the recommended lobster cobb salad.
We just had to try a dessert. Hello, we were at chocolate headquarters. We shared a Candied Bacon Maple Cheesecake, but we sadly only had room for a bite or two.
Harvest is located at 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, PA 17033.
The rumors are true. Hershey is a happy place for people of all ages.
Disclosure: The Segway tour and lunch were provided by the Visit Hershey & Harrisburg as part of our participation in the Fall Cornucopia Media Weekend. As always, all opinions expressed are completely our own.
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