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We’d almost forgotten about this dinner show even though we must pass it a dozen times each time we come to Orlando. We decided that as we were visiting alone this time, i. e. without our children, we thought we would give ourselves a treat and book to see this dinner show.
As usual we used the ticket service from this site and got an amazing deal through them. We collected our tickets the morning of the show and there was no need to exchange vouchers or anything like that!
We arrived early to get allocated good seats in the arena, which is always a good idea for most dinner shows that are allocated on arrival. The pre-show had already begun with a guy swinging from ribbons from the ceiling of the grand hall. The second show was more to my liking, a young magician aged 22, well Paul Daniels he wasn’t but was an amazing guy he was.
From White doves appearing from all over to his 3 ring tango, he was definitely a winner with the audience young and old. If you purchase the VIP tickets, you would actually miss the magic show as you are whisked off before this part starts.
When the main show is ready to start, you are called in to the arena by Sections, which are all marked by letters. So there is no panic as you are already allocated a section and row. So take your time and take your seat. Drinks in the main arena are all included in your ticket price, this includes Pepsi Cola, Wine (Sweet) or Beer.
I’m not going to go through the whole show as this would spoil the excitement, but from the moment the show starts, it full of tricks and treats for everyone. The horse lover will be in heaven at the sight of these fabulously well groomed animals.
The food is quite good for a dinner show, starting off with a salad, although this may vary depending on the time of year. Then the main course was selected from a choice of New York Style Strip Steak, Chicken Tenders, Chicken Breast in Garlic and Herbs or Penne Pasta. All served with Mashed Potato and Steamed Vegetables and the mandatory bread roll! Desert was an Ice Cream slice with Chocolate sauce to make it look like a slice of birthday cake.
The show all in all is around ninety minutes from the time you sit down in the main arena to the time you leave, so even the youngest members of the family should be able to enjoy it without getting restless. Gratuity is not included in the ticket price and the card they leave ensures you know this. Gratuity is currently Adults $5 each and Children $3 each. You also have your photo’s taken on entry to the establishment which are then brought to your table during the show, the package costs $21 for the full set.
Our conclusion of the show, value for money is a definite if booked through this site as you get a fabulous discount, Entertainment value is great especially if you love horse and love a sweet story line. Would we recommend it? Definitely, in fact we intend to book again for our next trip in November with all the family. A thumbs up from us!
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