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16 hours total drive time in 6 days

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We are flying to Shannon, Ireland on Wednesday from the United States, we will drive to see Bunratty, then drive to Galway and get a room for 2 nights.

On Friday, we will drive to Ballyvaughn, then on to the Cliffs of Moher. After exploring and hiking, we will then drive to Killarney and stay until 4 nights.

Saturday we have all day to hike and explore Killarney, find a tavern and some dinner and relax.

Sunday we plan to drive to Dingle and enjoy that town for the day.

Monday we will drive the Ring of Kerry then back for our final night in Killarney.

Tuesday we head to Cork and to see the Blarney Castle then drive to Dublin and stay for 4 nights.

Is this too much? It sounds like we have a lot of time and it will be leisurely but am I wrong?
We have never been to Ireland. Nor have either of us driven on the opposite side of the road. We will also have our 2 daughters with us. They are 16 and 17.

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