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Istanbul to Assos

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I have decided to leave out the Troy area to spend more time in Cappadocia area. I have several questions I am having trouble with. Which would you recommend, driving along the coast past Troy area or taking the ferry to one of the crossing points acrosss the sea. We are going to rent a car for the rest of the route. Should we pick up a car in Istanbul and take across on the ferry or pick up a rental car after we cross.

I do not have a feel for the relative costs of doing one or the other. Can someone tell me how much it costs to carry a car at the various crossing points from Istanbul or point me to a web site where I can find the information?

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