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Another, but Different, Istanbul and Ephesus Question

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We will be in Turkey in September for 23 days with an itinerary of 2 days in Istanbul, then on to Van, Kars, Erzurum, Trabzon, Ankara, Cappadocia, Antakya, Gaziantep and Adana. Then we head back to Istanbul for the next 4 nights to see all the sights we missed those first 2 days. The itinerary is set. The only remaining question is whether we should take one of those last 4 days and do a day trip to Ephesus, or stay in Istanbul and save Ephesus for (I hope) another trip to Turkey. We will be seeing many ancient sites along the way and do not know whether this is more of the same, so to speak, or entirely different. I know it would be a long day, but doable. On the other hand there are probably so many things to see, people watching, and cafes to visit in Istanbul that Ephesus may be something to wait for. Any thoughts on this (especially from otherchelebi who always seems to have such good advice) would be greatly appreciated.

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