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Ireland - 2 days in Dublin, 4 days anywhere! Suggestions?

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My boyfriend and I will be flying into Dublin on Saturday, 9/16 and flying out on Saturday, 9/26. We have part of Sunday and all day Monday-Thursday to drive anywhere we can and see what needs to be seen. Not a lot of time to be sure which is why I would love to know what you think we must see.

We will have a car so we can drive anywhere and will be coming from Bristol so no need to factor in any jet lag. We love castles and cliffs and natural beauty. I'm also a huge fan of hanging with the locals, I live in a big city so that's not so interesting. Is it worth it to see the Blarney Stone and the Aran Islands? How about going north to Giant's Causeway? I do hope to go back to Ireland again someday but, just in case, is there something that absolutely must be seen?

I'll take Dublin suggestions too although I know for certain we will be hitting the Guiness Tour and the Kilmainham Gaol.

Also, I'm American and while in the UK I have a pay as you go SIM card with 3 so I think I'm safe to use it in Ireland and am doing some research on that but if anybody feels they have a better idea feel free to throw that out.

Thank you in advance for any/all suggestions!

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