It's been 20+ years since I saw the saw the dinner show for the first time, and now my 2.5 and 4.5 year old children have experienced the joy and talent of this fanciful evening. The four of us had huge helpings of tomato soup bowls with garlic bread, 1/2 chicken, 1 BBQ spare rib, 1/2 potato and an apple turnover; each! The cheering and fanfare helped the kids stay awake from 8-10:30pm. We also took a long afternoon nap. Souvenirs included a terrific light up star wand for her and a wooden sword/shield for him are great. I especially like the small flags we waved from our seats and the only family photo of all four of our faces. The horses danced, a hawk soared and the fighting was just right.
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