Don Quixote agrees to fly on a magic wooden horse on a mission to rid the duennas of their beards, but his squire is more reluctant. All most amusing for the Duke and Duchess.
They visit the Cave of Montesinos, where Don Quixote is lowered into the chasm and reports an extraordinary story about a castle of crystal.
The pair meet a hidalgo, then a cart loaded with two lions. Despite protests from everyone, Don Quixote insists on facing the lions to show what sort of a man he is.
First Sancho convinces Don Quixote that an ugly peasant girl stinking of garlic is Lady Dulcinea, then they bump into a troupe of actors and nearly get stoned again.
In search of realist or naturalist paintings of ballooning and early powered flight. Some surprises, and paintings by Watteau, Puvis de Chavannes, and Henri Rousseau.