Are there any records of leisure activities by married noble couples in approximately 821? What sort of things can they both do? Did women go on hunts with men? Could there have been a theater, or a particularly sparkling mass in the local church? What sorts of entertainment or general bonding activities was there for a low-to-mid-tier noble that men and women could do together?
It is the Year of our LORD 821. Count Aldwin (31) of Hattuaria and Countess Sigihild (26)'s relationship has gone sour after her miscarriage and his alleged affair with the kitchen maid (which is totally fake news), so Aldwin wants so take her out on an activity they can enjoy together, hoping to regain the spark they had in the earlier years of their marriage.