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Ireland Itinerary feedback please

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My nine year old daughter and I are flying into Dublin on April 29th - flying out on May 7th. The only thing we cannot change are those arrival and departure dates. I have a friend picking us up who will have been in Ireland for a week prior. She loves driving 'on the wrong side' and really wants to explore/drive. Her week prior to our arrival will be heavily scheduled and she wants to stay for the extra week to explore at a more relaxed pace. The three of us toured Bath and the Cotswolds together a couple years ago and had a blast just wandering about with no real plan. So, here is my general idea:

2 nights Galway
3 nights Dingle
1 night Waterford
2 nights Dublin.

or we could skip Waterford (or can we just hit it as a day trip on the way to Dublin from Dingle?) and spend 3 nights in Galway?

I am open to any and all recommendations!

Plus I'd love any kid-friendly tips. My daughter is an easy kid traveller, but I still like to plan things that she'll enjoy.

Chandra :-)

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