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4 Days in Ireland, Ending in Dublin

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My boyfriend and I will be in London for a few days and will be spending a few days in Ireland as well.

We are staying in London until Monday morning, at which time plan to travel to Ireland. We do not have any inter-Europe travel booked so we are flexible as far as where to fly into. We were thinking about flying into Shannon or Galway and renting a car, making our way back to Dublin. The only SET plan we have in Ireland is that we must end our trip in Dublin - we fly out of Dublin back to the US on Friday morning, so should be in Dublin on Thursday as we'd like to spend some time there.

We have limited experience driving on the other side of the road. There are so many things I want to see - Blarney, Cliffs of Moher, Cork, etc. etc. etc. - but I realize this is unrealistic and we don't want to be rushed/stressed. Any suggestions on where to fly into from London and routes to Dublin that would expose us to beautiful scenery/historic towns/castles/bed and breakfasts?

Thank you!!!!!

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