Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Visiting Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is a great place to visit with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Pennsylvania. Travel through Pennsylvania with your charter bus in style and comfort as you visit some of Pennsylvania’s most popular charter bus tourist sites. Whether you love the outdoors or the city, Pennsylvania has something to offer every charter bus visitor.
Over a century ago, chocolate magnate William S. Hershey caused the construction of Hersheypark in the town that bears his name, Hershey, Pennsylvania. An ever popular destination with charter bus visitors with a sweet tooth, Hersheypark Park was a place where employees of the Hershey chocolate factory could go on their days off to take their minds off chocolate for a while. Today, Hersheypark has 11 thrilling roller coasters and over 65 rides and attractions including over 20 kiddie rides. The one price admission allows you into all public areas of the park, including the water rides. There are also restaurants, and shops where charter bus visitors can get Hershey’s chocolate and souvenirs.
If your charter bus group is into thrills and spills, and other types of extreme fun, head over in your charter bus to Dorney Park in Allentown. For avid charter bus thrill-seekers, Dorney Park offers rides like the gargantuan stomach-twisters Dominator and Mega-Coaster, whose sheer size will make it easy to find the park from anywhere in the Allentown region. If you prefer taking it easy, or want your enjoyment at a more sedate paces, Dorney Park offers swan boat rides on the lake, or coast past the scenery in a replica steam train ride. Children friendly rides are also available so that no one misses out on the fun. Charter bus visitors should also visit the Wildwater Kingdom, with 15 splashingly good rides, from the tame to the soul drenching.
For something a little different, tour Lancaster Amish Country in your charter bus. This agricultural corner of Pennsylvania is the home of the plain living Amish. Speaking Pennsylvania Dutch, these descendants of Dutch and German immigration over 200 years ago have preserved the old ways of their ancestors. Tour the one-story schoolhouses where generations of Amish children have received instruction in your charter bus, or saunter over the history of a two-hundred-year-old wood-covered bridge. Amish live very closely in harmony with the earth, and their practice of eschewing modern ways and conveniences such as electricity and motor vehicles means this area seems to be always quiet and peaceful. Handmade quilts and blankets, dyed with natural dyes and colors, are available for sale, as are the beautifully crafted Amish woodwork and furniture.
For a stylish and comfortable tour of Pennsylvania, give Charter Bus Pennsylvania a call to find out how they can help you plan your trip with a charter bus from their selection of charter vehicles, and take advantage of their friendly, personalized service.