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2 Weeks in Ireland-places to see?

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My friend and I (over 30, not that much into drinking/partying ) are going to Ireland in early/mid-May. We already have our places to stay set up but need some ideas of what places in the cities to see. Must see / Must miss / Kinda interesting / Little known hole in the wall...

The Itinerary is as follows:
flying in/ 2 nights in Dublin
2 night Antrim
2 nights Donegal
1 night Sligo
2 nights Galway
1 night Clare
2 nights Kerry
1 night Cork
1 night Meath/ flight out

We are both avid photographers, history/ancestry buffs, and like the arts. We will have our own rental car so can go elsewhere if need be. I know we plan to go to the Falconry and have one night in a castle (ghosts optional).

All the guide books/website are getting confusing. Would love input from actual people who have actually been to the places (hopefully recently). Thanks!

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