|Sometimes iPhone pictures don’t suck, I am pretty proud of this one!|
Couple final thoughts to end this.
- My kids were far too young to really enjoy this and therefore I was more stressed at times then I would have been. Also some of the language that is naturally thrown around there was a bit ummm…inappropriate (particularly the tomato throwing insult game that is right next to the rocking horse ride…my kid didn’t need to here the B word 5 different times). I get that it is all part of the entertainment, but I think it might be best to wait to take them again until they are old enough to appreciate the history and understand language appropriateness.
- Strollers are stupid. Lots of people had them (me being one) and it was the dumbest idea ever. You are on the side of a mountain, seemingly walking up jagged streets the entire time, in huge seas of people. It was more exercise then I had in 5 years and my poor stroller was struggling. I would recommend a baby carrier or leash to get around.
- This will be expensive. With tickets, food, entertainment (rides) and a souvenir for each child I spent almost $200.00. Just be prepared. You can get discounted tickets here!
Overall, we had a nice Sunday in the mountains enjoying all the Colorado Renaissance Festival had to offer.