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Cork - Cashel - Kilkenny help

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I am in final stages of trip planing (4 1/2 weeks away!!!!) and need some help with the middle part of my trip.

I will be arriving just outside of Cork city at night and arriving in Cashel the next night so here is what I have planned for the day:

Day 1 wake up and go to Blarney castle, english market in Cork, Cobh, Barryscourt castle, Lismore and Cahir Castle then arrive in Cashel.

Day 2 - ROC, Cashel town, Fethard, Kilkenny - castle, brewery tour, etc and drive to Dublin to arrive at night.

Is that to much to do each day? Is there something I am missing that I should include? If it is too much what would you cut out? I'm thinking english market might have to go, but would love your opinions. Thanks everyone

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