The horses showed off with a few airs above the ground.
And then the falconer came out. As the falcon soared over our heads while we ate our food, the entire thing felt surreal.
The king was quite impressed with his falconer, and thanked him graciously.
There was much sport after that.
Relay races and the like.
We had fantastic seats - bottom row on the end. So I was in a prime spot for photos.
The boys were all very impressed with all the jousting.
And when one knight got knocked off, he'd get up and continue the battle on foot.
Sometimes a sword fight was the only way to settle the matter.
I have to say - Paul and I decided after the show that it was worth every single penny.
One of the most fun dinners we have ever had.
As for the boys - they are still asking if the 'bad guy' is still locked up in the dungeon.
And - they want to know when we can go eat in a castle again.
If it were up to me, we'd dine in castles every night of the week!