Then again, I think they were distracted. When the first white horse came out I’m told K said to her Dad “Is that a hologram?”
“What do you think?” he replied.
“Yes, it’s a hologram” she said, quite sure of it. It did make for a breathtaking start to the show.
I employed the panoramic function on my iPhone to capture this view of the arena. You can click on this image to enlarge it. You can see how the arena is divided into colored section and each section cheers on their relatedly dressed knight. And each section is given coordinated hats.
THIS is the reason I came. To watch these two BFFs get into the cheering and excitement of it. Like any dinner show scenario, it has its cheesy moments, but they loved every second of it, and I loved watching them love it and cheer like crazy fools.
We were in the red and yellow section, and our knight made a valiant effort. (But lost. Sorry red and yellow knight, I’m sure the next show will be better. Also sorry that the 4yo refused to cheer for you. Green’s just more her color.)
Have you been to Medieval Times? Or are you planning to go?