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Dublin to Galway to Donegal

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My daughters(ages 22 and 20) and I will be traveling to Ireland - arriving early on March 16 and leaving early March 22. Here's my tentative itinerary.

Friday- rent car in Dublin and drive 3 hours to the Burren - rest and stay at guest house

Saturday- celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Galway or some other quaint, fun town and return to the Burren (could also stay in Galway this night)

Sunday- begin drive to Donegal

Monday and Tuesday - visit local sites, restaurants and pubs around Donegal

Wed- head back to Dublin via route through Cavin and hit Dublin's downtown area pubs, restauranta, and sites

Thurs- leave for US

Does that sound doable? I would love suggestions on places to stay,eat, and drink and to visit where we can experience the locals. We have deep Irish roots and just want to experience the friendliness of the Irish while seeing this beautiful country for the first time. We are outgoing and adventuresome, if that helps. Thanks

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