Hello! How's it going? Have you ever been to the Middle Ages? I went when I was a small child, and this weekend my family went to celebrate my father's birthday. I’m pretty sure that I was there only once when I was in third grade, and for some reason I don’t think that something has changed in this Dinner and Tournament! (But I have a bad memory, so maybe I don’t remember it anyway.)
If you are not familiar … Medieval time is a dinner show set during the Game of Thrones period. Usually you will not learn about the history of GOT in school, because the government does not want you to know – but there was a lot of violence and old bad words, and so on – E – ex and the like. I think, not too different from all other times in history …
Medieval Times arranges a show in which knights compete, winning in different games and battles. Each knight represents a certain color, and the audience gets hats of the same color and sits in the same section to cheer on their knight.
We were a red and yellow team … or a coat of arms …?
Tip: My family has very BIG heads and hats are suitable for us, so they will definitely suit you. (I feel that everyone says: “I have a big head …”, but in reality this is not the case, and then I feel bad when I cannot fit in their supposedly big, but not very hat.)
- Garlic bread
- Tomato soup
- Kid dragon
- Lemon pie
Thoughts on food:
I have never eaten a baby dragon before! It tastes like chicken. It was really good.
Garlic bread – the usual restaurant garlic bread. Soup – I was happy that it was served hot. I like hot soup and tea, and this is a great product to feed this huge banquet of people, so I tried to keep realistic expectations from food.
Corn – good! Potato – it looked like a huge seasoned french fries. It's half a small potato, seasoned and roasted.
Cake – reminded me of a roll with lemon at Starbucks
It was difficult to photograph another meal because they turned off the lights during the show. I thought everything was fine. The potato was fried, but nothing else seems very heavy. The chicken was seasoned well. There might have been butter in the soup, but there seemed to be no cream. There are no substitutes if you are not a vegetarian. (Note: I was very hungry because I missed lunch, so keep this in mind in my review.)
When you enter the zone – each installation site has a metal plate, a bowl and a napkin with all the locations. I was surprised that there are so many of them! I grew up in Southern California, so I was fortunate enough to have a lot of theme parks, tourist attractions and restaurants to enjoy them. Disneyland, Universal Studios and Knott & # 39; s Berry Farm – all local options that I went to when I was a child. But I understand that this is not always the case.
So I just assumed that Medieval times would be in Sokal and possibly in Orlando, but that’s all. Have you been on one? I went to a place in Buena Park, California. Only 9 locations.
– Also you were at Hogwarts, he is the magical world of Harry Potter? I was thinking about the trip, and now I listen to the Harry Potter books and want to get tickets and see all the magic !! Send me tips if you know.
This is a two-hour medieval duel tournament with 6 competing knights. They use real weapons, ride horses and fight on foot.
They start with a few games — for example, the knights ride horses around the neighborhood and try to hook the rings with their lever poles.
Great show when they fight. Knights paired to try to knock each other off a horse. Then they take him to the floor and fight with swords or other medieval weapons. One of the knights had a big ball on a chain.
It sounds so real and it looks like someone might get hurt. They are very professional and have a good show.
My niece was so passionate about it. My mother gave her a flag, and she waved to them and rooted for the games. Then, when our boyfriend went into battle, she said: “Nina, you can hold it …” and continued to cover her mouth with your hands. She was worried! It was delicious.
I think that “Medieval times” are perhaps the most fun for children from 4 to 12 years old and for people who love the game of thrones or guys with long hair.
My other niece was one and a half years old, and they clapped when other people clapped. She was not scared or anything else.
My favorite part of the whole event was watching my niece's face as she watched the show. She was sooo into it. Love it!!
Next time I will definitely try to dress like Khalisi in order to truly dive into the “Game of Thrones” topic. (Speaking of Queen Daenerys … I have to say that dinner was chicken, not a small dragon.)
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