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Best route to Glendalough from Dublin?

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After leaving Dublin, we have some plans on visiting Glendalough as we work our way to County Kilkenny, and I would like some opinions on the best route.

Should we follow the coast through Wicklow, then head inland, or how about going inland first via the N81 and coming across the mountains? I'm guessing following the coast then going inland might serve to better route us for the Kilkenny area -- but I'm open to suggestions and reasons to choose one over the other.

Also, since we're heading toward Kilkenny, if we included several hours for the stop at Glendalough (and elsewhere along the way, like the Wicklow Gap), is getting to Kilkenny that day a viable plan?

Heh, and one more question while I'm at it, but what's the word on Graiguenamanagh? Looks like a nice town with a few nice places to stay - and still close enough to see the things we'd like to see in the area.

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