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Dublin, Ireland in December

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Me and a friend of mine are planning a trip to go to Dublin at the end of December, we want to spend New Year's Eve there. We will be spending about 8-9 days. Neither one of have ever been, so we really don't know what to expect. We know we want to do some sight seeing of the country side, castles and churches, then enjoy the night life as well. We have looked into staying in a hotel or a hostel, not sure which one would be better. I have looked at a few different website, there is just so much to see/do and unfortunately our time is pretty limited. Also, would it be worth it to get a rental car, or is everything pretty much within a decent walking distance? Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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