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Logistics in Turkey

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I think I have an itinerary that works for us, so now I am getting into the details of planning each day and some Turkey logistics.
1) We will return the car at the Antalya airport – does anyone know how easy/complicated is to find the rental return area at the airport? I suppose it should be well marked, but I read quite a few reports of difficulties returning the car (although, nothing about Antalya)
2) Our driving itinerary will take us along the coast from Dalyan to Antalya. Are there any tolls on that road? If so, can we pay with a credit card, or do we need to make sure we have cash?
3) Generally, how widely accepted are credit cards in Turkey? I mean, restaurants, museums in Istanbul, points of interest in Ephesus, Cappadocia and Lycyan coast?
Thanks

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