any input would be appreciated.
On Aug 5, 2005
Wonder if oldest could wear the armour (costume) he wore for last halloween? It came with a mace and shield. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/tongue.gif[/img]
On Aug 5, 2005
We have been to Medieval times in Buena Park CA and DS has eaten there without problem. He did not eat the cake. You have to eat with your fingers and that was an issue till he just dug in and ate.
One thing is horse allergy. They hang up a warning if you are allergic to horses you might reconsider. DS used his puffer before and during, I did too.
But it is fun, DS is into all that knight stuff and when he was little he went in costume.
His Knight coustume was one of his favorite. He wore it for years. Still has it. Peg
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On Aug 7, 2005
We went to the one in Orlando last year. My son is allergic to peanuts, nuts, and sesame as well as other legumes, some fruits and some vegies. We skipped the soup since I wasn't sure what veggies were in it, and skipped the desert. Brought something in my bag to substitute for him. They served an apple turnover.
My son thoroughly enjoyed the chicken and the potatoes and the bread. I called and spoke to the chef who was wonderful and read every ingredient to me and answered every question I had.
On Aug 10, 2005
We went to the one in Schaumburg several years back. It was a lot of fun, and the food was great.
It was when Trevor was an infant, so I don't know anything in regards to PA.
Your boys would probably love it!
On Aug 18, 2006
This show has just opened in our area. DD does horses, so she wants to see this show.
My question...how is the dust? I am not allergic to horses, but hate to pay $50+ if I can't stand the arena. Would sitting in back help at all?