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Comments on our three week itinerary in Turkey

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We are planning on spending a little over three weeks in western Turkey late September into October this year. We are forgoing Cappadocia and focusing on the Aegean Coast. We tend to move leisurely, spend three nights in most areas and base ourselves in towns to explore the surrounding area. We are primarily intersted in ruins and scenery, and are not interested in extended beach time.
The current draft of our itinerary is:
Istanbul 5 nights.
Fly to Izmir, pickup car drive to Akyaka, stay Akyaka 3 nights.
Pamukalle 2 nights.
Fethiye area 3 nights.
Ephesus/Selcuk area 3 nights.
Ayvalik/Bergama area 3 nights.
Drive to Izmir, return car, fly to istanbul, stay Istanbul 3 nights.

We welcome any suggestion/comments. Thanks ever so much for your assistance.

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