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6 Nights in Ireland in June

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Hi -- hoping you can help me with ideas for one or two towns to stay for a total of three nights outside Dublin.

We will be arriving in Dublin early in the morning from NYC and we thought we would rent a car and spend the first three nights out west and the last three nights in Dublin. We would prefer to stay in one place for the first three nights, if possible, (or for at least two nights) rather than hopping around from hotel to hotel.

We're really interested in seeing some major sights and experiencing some interesting towns. Our problem is there's too much we want to see -- The Rock of Cashel, some castles, Moher, Kenmare/Killarney area, Galway, etc. They all really excited us. Plus, we're open to other suggestions. But we don't want to have to be running at full speed the whole time. Therefore if we miss a few things, so be it.

Any help would be appreciated.

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