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July 21, 1985 | JERRY HULSE, Times Travel Editor
To steal a line from Jackie Gleason, how sweet it is. Kids eat it up. So do moms and pops, aunts and uncles, grandmas and grandpas. The entire family is sweet on Chocolate Town, U.S.A., the village that makes its sugar turning out candy bars. That's right, Hershey's. It's impossible to forget where one is. First there are the streets. For example, Chocolate and Cocoa avenues. And Hersheypark Drive.
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May 27, 2012 | By Brady MacDonald, Los Angeles Times staff writer
SANDUSKY, Ohio - As an amusement parks blogger, I have visited most of the big theme parks in Southern California and central Florida, but my roller-coaster résumé was a little thin when it came to the parks in between. So last summer my wife, Nancy, our 11-year-old daughter, Hannah, and I climbed aboard more than 70 coasters in 10 days at theme parks in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. We each had established a few rules for our journey across America's Coaster Belt. Hannah was willing to ride coasters reaching 65 mph, topping out at 200 feet and going upside down three times.
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