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mollywog mollywog 9 years
I've been to M&M world in Las Vegas, but I really don't see how it's a major candy destination. I like M&Ms, and it was pretty cool to see all the many many colors that they have available there that don't exist in the regular bags, but I didn't buy any. I did buy a couple of things from the gift shop however!
Diana172 Diana172 9 years
Yay for hershey!
oinkoink oinkoink 9 years
Only been to four of the ten destinations. I'm a bit torn. I didn't really find an abundance of candy stuff in Boston. I think NYC definitely has everything anyone wants and they have a ton of candy stores in Times Square. I think San Francisco was great for my candy fix. Tons of candy stores and Ben & Jerry's throughout the city. I think for now I have to stick with San Francisco until I get to visit Hershey, PA! Be sure to vote for your favorite North American city in my poll:
CiaoBella2 CiaoBella2 9 years
We use to go to Hershey Pa when I was a kid and I remember having such fun at that park!
fragiletearz fragiletearz 9 years
I've been to Hershey Penn....1 down 9 to go!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
Belgium! Been there! And omg SO much candy!
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