The palace held a beautiful exhibition of women's Italian clothing and style in the 20th century. It was confusing to us that we paid for entry to the Boboli Gardens and at no point were told that this entry also gave us entry to the exhibition. After some discussion, we were allowed to enter. After about 20 minutes, an officious 'jobs-worth' woman approached me and demanded that I wear my rucksack on the front of my torso and not on my back. I explained that my valuables were secured elsewhere but no, I absolutely must change the position of the rucksack. Absolute madness. The ceiling paintings at the palace are remarkable.
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