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Turkey in December? -- early days

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We are American ex-pats in the UK (DW, DD14, DS11) and our time is nearly up. I thought we would try to squeeze in one last holiday before we return; timing would be mid-December. Not ideal, but that's what we have.

We've traveled the UK and nearby quite a bit, but the farthest east we've gone is Berlin/Prague.

So, based on very little knowledge at this point other than knowing it would be a unique experience we thought Turkey might be a consideration. Thinking 7 nights with time split between Istanbul and Cappadocia. Is this lunacy? Should I save the trip for another time when we could stay longer and come during a more appropriate time?

Tossing this out to see if it sticks. I'll start on the research if so. Other than this forum, if you have any guidebook or website information, I'll gladly take it.

Thanks for the help (and excuse my ignorance at this stage).

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