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Ireland Itinerary

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Hello!

I would love some suggestions on my itinerary to Ireland in July. This will be the first visit for both my husband and I. Here is my plan:

Day 1:
Land in Shannon at 10AM
Drive to Galway via Cliffs of Moher
Afternoon/Night in Galway

Day 2:
Ferry to Inishmore via Ros a'mhil
---> Suggestions for things to do on Inishmore? Maybe Biking?
Night in Galway

Day 3:
Drive to Dingle in the early morning
----> Anywhere we should stop along the way? The drive is already a bit of trek...
Afternoon/Night in Dingle

Day 4:
Leave Dingle and drive the Ring of Kerry
Overnight in Killarney

Day 5:
Drive to Dublin with stops at Blarney Castle and Rock of Cashel
----> Any of other stops that should be made? Again a bit of a trek...
Overnight in Dublin

Day 6 & 7:
Dublin

Day 8:
Homeward bound!

We want to make the most of our visit, but don't want to feel like we are moving around so much that we are missing some sort of experience. Any suggestions on activities or restaurants that you enjoy in these places would also be very appreciated.

Thank you all :)

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