One of those stunning places where it is hard to take everything in.
We queued to get in and bought our ticket from someone with the interpersonal skills of Attila the Hun. We moved through to the room to get our audio guide and the woman picked up a sign that said closed on it (at 11.50 in the morning??) and turned her back to us, when we asked for audio guides she just pointed to the sign. We went into the courtyard and were told we had to leave our backpack at left luggage, luckily there were no breakables in the bag because they would have smashed. There are signs everywhere saying not to take photos but everyone does.
We went to the cafe at the end of the tour, the service was very good as was the food.
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