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... the Hippodrome, Topkapi Palace, the Bashar Hotel Restaurant for a Turkish Lunch, followed by St Sophia Church and the Grand Bazzar etc. It certainly was something that was very special.
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... was huge. Consisting of many rooms, and several very large courtyards, the palace housed several thousand people. After passing through the first courtyard, just to get to the beginning of the tour, we entered the second courtyard, where the armory was located. Oscar told us a little about the palace, and then we made our way into the third courtyard, where the treasury and ancient artifacts section were located. Before going on our own for some free tour time, we took ...