The guidebooks are spot on when they say the palace is a mix of any number of styles. It's eccentric and neat to see because it was lived in for so long (and until quite recently) that there is a different feel from others that are ruins. The surrounding gardens are very peaceful and a great place to pick a spot and eat a picnic lunch.
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