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Honeymoon in Sept. Itenerary Help

My wife and I will be visiting Ireland for our honeymoon from September 10-16. It is our first time, and we are trying to see and do as much as possible. We were planning on traveling mostly by rail, as it seems to be the fastest/cheapest. Any comments, ideas, or suggestions are certainly welcome.

Monday, Sept. 10 - Arrive in Dublin, spend the day/night in Dublin.
Tuesday - Dublin-Kilkenny. Spend day/night in Kilkenny.
Wednesday - Kilkenny-Cork. Spend day/night in Cork.
Thursday - Cork-Killarney. Bus tour of ring of kerry, or hiking/biking in the area.
Friday - Continue hiking/biking near Killarney. Take train back to Dublin in the Evening.
Saturday - Explore Dublin some more.
Sunday - Fly out.

We are mostly interested in nature, photo ops, historical sights, etc. A bit of nightlife would be fun, but it is not our focus. Is Dublin worth two days?

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