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Discussion in 'Other Florida Parks and Attractions' started by DisneyMistress, Nov 21, 2008.

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    This is a great family-oriented place to go too... It is a dine-in show & I recommend you go if you never have been there... It's located in Orlando, FL...

    If your interested, check out it's website... If it has one...
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    It does :yes: http://www.medievaltimes.com

    It's a great little show. I dont think the food is ever GREAT at these dinner shows, but the show is fun at this one and the we even bought the novelty photos ( which we almost never do )
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    ty Keith but, I still say for those who have never been there... I recommend it... try it for yourselves...
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    indeed ! I'm agreeing :yes: it's one of the better ones (food aside)
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    I've been to the MT in Texas, and I know Johnie has been to the on in....Cali, maybe?

    I enjoyed the show very much...the food was edible...but I guess you could go anywhere for food :D
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    We did go to the one in California. We went this past August. I've been leary of trying any of the dinner shows with horses since I am allergic. I took my meds and my rescue inhaler with me. I was fine for the majority of the show. I didn't actually have an asthma attack but I started to get a little tight in the chest so I left to get some fresh air.

    It was an entertaining show though. I really enjoyed watching the horses beforehand.
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    I loved the falcons, but really disliked eating with my hands. :( I didn't care for the food much at all, to be honest. But the show was fun.

    It was far too dusty. :sorry: The horses were gorgeous but they kicked up all that dust and you're trying to eat...
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    I've been to the one in Myrtle Beach (SC) funnily enough we went on a school trip, i enjoyed it and the food was surprisingly good but i guess it's different everywhere.
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    My brother and his family went to that one Brit. :yes: He said the same thing. The food there was exceptionally good. Nice to know!
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    We all would have been screwed if we actually lived in the real medival times lol
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    :tongue: well we would have been used to it! I probably would have been burned as a witch!
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    Uhh yea me too!

    I grew up around MT in So Cal and I never went...freaked me out..ack! I bet the food touches too!
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    No, it doesn't. You just have to eat with your hands. There is roasted chicken (on the bone), half a baked potato, garlic bread. I think there was a veggie but I am not remembering what it was. There was also a tomato or vegetable soup. It's not as messy as I thought it would be. The food was edible. It certainly wasn't gourmet.
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    there ya go


    Guests feast on garlic bread, tomato bisque soup, roasted chicken, spare rib, herb-basted potatoes, pastry of the Castle, coffee and two rounds of select beverages. A full-service bar is also available for adult guests. Vegetarian meals are available upon request. Vegetarian meal includes tomato bisque soup, garlic bread, large portobello mushroom cap stuffed with whole grain, rice and bean blend, large skewer of roasted vegetables, hummus with pita chips, pastry of the castle and two rounds of select beverages. (Please advise your server once you are seated at your table of meal request.)
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    'Nother potentially crispy critter, here. :lol:

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