How was your experience?
I originally had planned to go with my daughter, son in law, myself and three grandchildren. The two grownups cancelled so I was stuck with two extra tickets at very late notice but I thought I would be okay, even though I am still on disabled due to major surgery about four weeks ago. When the grandkids and I arrived, we were surprised to learn there was a $20 fee for parking. That was the only $20 dollars I had and was planning on buying the kids popcorn or cotton candy or something but that went on the window on arrival. I thought, oh well, and proceeded to pick up my tickets. I found a couple that were on their way to purchase tickets so I gave them the extra two that I had purchased. They were thrilled! We went to our seats and the previews started. I had a nine year old grandson, a six year old granddaughter and three year old grandson. The fire works and firecrackers struck a lot of fear in my the two younger kids and unfortunately, due to all the screaming and shaking of the three year old, we had to leave once the National Anthem begun. It was very sad for me because I spent so much money and with no disability and no paycheck, it depressed me. The deal was great but the charge for parking was too much and no warning. Thank you, though.