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Hi--We'll be going to Ireland in early October of this year. We'd like to fly in to London, then go to Ireland from there stopping first for a few days at a rural area with good walks/hiking/sites. All is up in the air, although driving is not out of the question--initially, traveling by train and then getting a car at our first destination is also possible. Then taking a ferry over to Ireland--but flying is also a possibility. AND, turning it all around and going to Ireland first could work too. I'd love to hear from some of you experienced travelers out there as I've always gotten good advice from this forum. Thanks, bobbymckaye

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