It's a bit of a hike up to the top, since there are a lot of steps, and they only let you stay inside for an hour. I don't have any pictures of the inside because photography wasn't allowed. The most impressive part was the tombs of the Dalai Lamas, which used tons of gold and thousands of precious jewels. On the way out, I got this picture of the clouds over the mountains in the distance:
I didn't actually go into any of the buildings there, but relaxing on the premises of the palace was exactly what I was looking for at the time.
We had dinner at the Mad Yak restaurant, where we had some Tibetan food. One dish was sheep lung, but most of the rest was yak-based in some way. I have not yet acquired a taste for yak butter tea (which doesn't taste much like tea, and does taste like a bit of butter dissolved in hot water). There was a show with dinner, and the opening number was dancing yaks: