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First time to NI and Ireland

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My husband and I will be traveling to NI and Ireland late August/early Sept. with our daughter and her fiancé. On our list to see are sights in Dublin, Belfast, Antrim Coast, Derry, Aran Island, Galway, Cliff of Moher and Burren. I also wanted to see Blarney's Castle and Cork, which may be too far south. I had originally had listed the ROK or Dingle Pennisula, but may not have enough time. From what I have been reading the Connemara may be a better drive for us. We are thinking of flying in to Dublin and out of Shannon to save travel time. Will this work? Does this sound all possible for 11 sightseeing days (excluding two days of travel)? Can I add more like Dingle? Where should we stay overnight for this path route? Can we get to the Blarney Castle/Cork from Shannon for a day trip? Any special things to do (besides the pubs) that would be of interest to my daughter and her fiancé? What are the best pubs in Dublin, Belfast, Derry and Galway? I have read about Doolin and Ennis also? Should we stay at either of those two places? So much to see and do! Thank you!

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