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Dublin & Edinburgh - First timer!

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My husband and I, along with his sister and brother in law, are planning a trip to Dublin and Edinburgh. It is going to be a pretty quick trip due to work schedules, but I am looking for advice on an itinerary.

We will be flying out of Minneapolis and I don't have preference as to where we go first. I have traveled abroad many times, but husband has never so I want it to be as smooth and fun for him as possible so he will continue to travel with me! We probably have about 8 or 9 days total, including travel time and are thinking the first week in June.

If you have ideas of things you suggest in each country, that would be great! We love architecture, culture, and food (would love a pub crawl as well)! I would LOVE for my husband to have a chance to golf in Scotland as well.

Also, any suggestions as to where we should stay? We don't want to spend a ton on lodging, but want to be in a good location and stay in something that reflects the culture of each country.

Lastly, what do you suggest as far as traveling from one country to the other? A quick flight?

Looking forward to all of your expert advice! Thanks!!!

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