Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Wordless Wednesday- Sesame Place

Sesame Place is located in Bucks County , Pennsylvania 
about 1/2 hour from Philadelphia and 2 hours from NYC









Recipe for Sesame Place - Banana Split Bites


33 comments:

  1. It is so cute. My nephew is developmentally disabled and I took him to Busch Gardens 2 years ago. His favorite part? The Sesame Street show for little ones. Well he is mentally forever small. He would love this!

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    1. Carol,
      It sounds like he would LOVE Sesame Place with all the music, characters, shows. etc.

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  2. Hi, and thanks for joining this week's linkup at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/09/the-view-from-mount-washington.html

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  3. That is so cool. I would love to visit there.

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    1. It is cool and on a beautiful acreage with lots of flowers

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  4. I'd go there in a second and such a great location.

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    1. It is easy to get to by car or train and lots of motels near by..

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  5. Thanks Birgitta- it was fun to go and take the photos

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  6. That's a place i wish i'd taken the kids when they were younger. Grandma and Grandpa always insisted on Disney, which is wonderful but sometimes overwhelming.

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    1. I am sure they had a ball at Disney. Sesame is much smaller

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  7. I love the topiary Cookie Monster, Ernie & Bert. Looks like a fun place to visit.

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    1. I know it is so cute. I only took photos of the entrance- there is so much more inside

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  8. We took our son to Sesame Place when he was very young. He loved it and we loved it! Thanks for sharing your photos and bringing back some sweet memories, Judee.

    Shirley

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    1. Do you live far? We are only 5 minutes away so we always had season passes for the kids and now for the grandkids!!

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  9. We live about 4 hours away. We made our trip to Sesame Place part of a vacation. We also visited New Hope and rode the train. Very enjoyable trip.

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  10. Cool! I didn't know there was such a place.

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    1. It's been around for years- maybe over twenty and it's perfect for kids under 7

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  11. Wow that's pretty cool. I didn't even know it existed. But I suppose I'm not surprised. I would love to get a picture with the cookie monster - he's my favorite!

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  12. I have such great memories of that park! We went as a family every summer for a few years back when our kids were young. It was so much fun!!

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    1. It is such a manageable size park for young kids with lots of water rides and lots of shows

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  13. The flowers are just beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing.

    _ Lisa

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    1. Yes, the entire park is filled with these beautiful flowers. so pretty

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  14. So cute! I would have loved visiting this when I was a kid. I was a big fan of SS.

    Visiting from WW

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  15. So fun! I'm sure my son would have loved that when he was small.

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  16. What a fun place! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Thank you for hosting and giving us a place to share ..

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