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First time Ireland trip

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Hello! I am hoping to take my first trip to Ireland in the end of May 2015 for around 11 days. I'll be flying in to Dublin likely and I like the idea of renting a car and driving all over the country. I have things here and there I want to see, but no set route as of yet. It's my first time ever traveling out of the states and I will also be traveling alone. I have seen some boards on advice for driving, a little intimidating but I'm up for a challenge. I'm looking for any advice! As a female traveling alone, as a first time European traveler, etc. I mentioned ideally wanting to drive around the country but if there is good public transportation that would take me around more than just the cities I would love the tips. I am too use to having my own car and not needing or using public transport in the states. Any suggestions on where to stay that will be safe but economical as well as great for the experience would be awesome! I am loving reading the different topics on here. Thanks in advance!

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