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Santorini to Rhodes -- How?!

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We are traveling to Greece in Sept /07. We arrive in Athens, see a couple of islands, and (somehow?!) end up in Istanbul.

Right now we are thinking:
Athens
Santorini
Rhodes
??
Istanbul

- What is the best way to get from Santorini to Rhodes? it looks like there is limited ferry service but it's rediculously long? Is it unreasonable to try to do these two islands together?
- If we end up on Rhodes, anyone know the best way to get to Istanbul? I see there are ferries to port cities in Turkey, though then it's a matter of figuring out how to get to Istanbul from there (we're willing to throw in an overnight somewhere else in Turkey). Other option to travel back to athens and fly over? Other options?

Thanks in advance, I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed with all of these timetables!

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