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Turkey: "best" guide book

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I am in the earliest stages of planning our first trip to Turkey, so I will be doing a lot of reading on this forum.

Does anyone have a nomination for the "best" guidebook for Turkey? I usually like Fodors and Frommers. My wife and are not Lonely Planet types.

We are in our late 50s. Well travelled, adventurous. Three of four star lodgings (not two or five). Prefer lodgings with local flavor, rather then 300-room international chains.

I see Rick Steves has gotten some good press here for his Istanbul guide.

Thanks!

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