The dancing was absolutely incredible, but I wish it had lasted longer. The location is nice as it is located in a village recreated to look authentic, and the venue was nice. We ordered the sangria and tapas which was plenty of food for me and my boyfriend. My two critiques: 1) they seated us on the balcony toward the side of the stage and at times I had difficulty seeing the dancers (especially their feet, which I think is one of the most fascinating things to watch because of how quickly they can move them), and 2) we went to the later showing and when the show finished, we were still eating our tapas but felt a bit rushed by the staff to hurry up and finish because they were closing soon. I guess going to the earlier show gives you more time to eat slowly and enjoy.
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