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Saturday, March 2, 2013

"Who Doesn't Enjoy a Good Show of Chivalry?"

Who best depicts chivalry other than knights of the Medieval Times. This evening I battled traffic to get to Arundel Mills and then spent another ten minutes driving around to get a parking space just to get to this event.  I was very excited when I got my assigned table seating and my crown (paper) in anticipation for a great performance.

Surprisingly, the arena was packed and eveyone waited patiently as their server explained how the serving will be done. I was sitting with the blue team and so this section was supposed to cheer for the knight in blue and "boo" the others - all in friendly competition, but I guess it made for great entertainment. The blue team server was very energetic as I watched him bounce from one end of the two tables he was hosting to the next. It was very clear that he enjoyed his job.

While waiting for the show to begin, we were served the following menu  or the "bill of fare":
  • Oven Roasted Chicken
  • Garlic Bread
  • Tomato Bisque Soup
  • Herb-Roasted Potato
  • Spare Rib
  • Pastry of the Castle (apple turnover)
  • Select Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Vegetarian Meals Available Upon Request

  • Everything was super delicious! I think folks were so busy enjoying the meal that they missed some of the entertainment.

    Now let's talk about the show. One word - PHENOMENAL! The knights were stately, the jousting scenes were well timed and very entertaining. Also, the horses were a beautiful sight to behold...very, very well trained. Kudos to the trainer. Overall, I had a fantastic time and would definitely see the show again!

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