Dinner With Horses, Acrobatics And A Princess At Arabian Nights

Lara is back with more fun details from the Decade of Memories blogger event she was invited to attend. Hosted by Experience Kissimmee, she really had a chance to do just that. While tickets her adventures were provided by the hosts, all opinions are her own. 

Arabian Nights Orlando Horses

If you are looking for a great meal with edge of your seat entertainment, Arabian Nights is the place to go.

The dinner show attraction takes guests back to a time when horses were an important part of life and culture. I was captivated by the story of a beautiful princess who must find her true love, of course, only someone with an equal passion for horses will do. There is much excitement, splendid acts of courage, amazing acrobatic feats and some of the most beautiful horses I have ever seen. By the end of the story, I found myself cheering for the princess and her horse-adoring prince.

Arabian Nights Horse

While cheering for the princess and enjoying the spectacular show, guests are also treated to a delicious meal of pot roast, pulled pork, chicken tenders or pasta. I chose the pot roast, which came with an array of mixed veggies, a delectable roll and mouth-watering red skinned mashed potatoes. It was a very tasty meal. The desert selection includes your choice of chocolate cake with mousse filling or vanilla cake with raspberry filling, Well, me being the chocolate lover that I am, chose the chocolate, and it was YUMMY!

Between the fantastic meal and engaging entertainment, Arabian Nights in Kissimmee, Florida, will forever be on my list of great places to visit. I am certain that you will enjoy it as well.

Oh, and, a little bird told me that The American Princess show that I saw will be retiring soon to make way for a new show. So make sure that you head out to see the current show while you still can. Then, of course, I know you will want to return for the new show. Yes, it’s that awesome.

About Lara: Lara is a homeschooling mom of two, published author, and professional blogger. You can find her on My Inner Red Head (http://myinnerredhead.com) and Moms of Faith (http://momsoffaith.com)

Comments

  1. This looks like fun, we have something similar in TX called Medieval Times.

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