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14 Day Itenirary in Ireland

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We (my husband 52 and myself 39) will be traveling to Ireland from the US in 2016.

May27(Friday) till June 11(Saturday)

This allows for 14 Days in Ireland.
We are wanting to use Public transportation (Bus) as well as Cabs and Day Tours.

We have come up with a basic Idea but are in the planning stages.

May 28 Dublin
May 29 Waterford
May 30-31 Cork (including a day tour of Ring of Kerry)
June 1-2 Dingle (Jaunt via Horse-Seahorse Carriages)
June 3 Tralee
June 4-5 Galway (Galway Tour Co. TO Cliffs of Moher and Aran Islands)
June 6-8 Donegal
June 9-10 Dublin (hop On Hop Off Tour)

Can anyone pitch in with ideas or problems. We know that some days there will be longer bus rides thus the double days in areas. My family came from Donegal in the 1700's therefore the longer days there. Any help and ideas would be appreciated!
Thanks in Advance!!
Cowboynboo

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