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My husband and I ( in our 50's) have a week to spend in Turkey before we will be in Istanbul for a conference late May. We have been to Istanbul before. We would like to go to Epheseus and Cappadoccia as well as perhaps a relaxing, not too touristy region(?Kas). We would like suggestions on how to do this efficiently in a weeks time and input into an itinerary. Is it best to do part as a group tour/ private guide or independently? We are fairly seasoned travellers. We would be arriving on Saturday May 24th from Toronto and need to be in Istanbul for the following Friday evening.
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