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5 Days Galway, Aran Islands, Cliffs of Moher

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Looking for help in narrowing down our activities in Mid-March. I'm in Dublin for work for three days and we have added 5 days on to our trip and want to see the Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, and then Galway and possibly Connemara and Kilkenny.

The plan we are currently working on are trying to narrow down is:

Morning of March 8th:
Rent car and drive into Ennis. Spend 1 or 2 nights and use this as a point to see the Cliffs, hike, and other points of interest.

Morning of day 2 OR 3 drop rental in Doolin and take Ferry to the islands. Conflicted on which Island to overnight at.

Morning of day 3 or 4 ferry to Galway for an overnight.

Afternoon of day 5: train/bus back to Dublin, overnight for early morning flight

While I'm sure we could spend 3-7 days in each area hiking and discovering, we are trying to make the most of our time without over doing it. We are fairly young and want to incorporate outdoor walks/hikes with some indoor pubs, shopping, and fun. Suggestions on where we should stay the 2 nights instead of one and why is greatly appreciated!

Best!

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