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Ireland: Need help with 3 day gap in schedule

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We will be landing in Dublin Airport via Edinburgh on April 16th @ 0930. We are scheduled to be back in Dublin on the 19th as our first of many days in Dublin. So we have the 16th, 17th, 18th, and however long on the 19th to plan going pretty much whereever in Ireland.
Our thoughts were to take the "GoBus" to Galway which would put us arriving around 13:45. Would this allow us enough time in the evening to go to the "Cliffs of Moher?" Also how would you get there since the last bus to the cliffs stops at 1400 from what I can find? Would rather not hire a car since I have never driven over there and it seems like trying to pick up driving in a big city would be tough..
Second, is there any good ideas you could offer as to what to do / where to go instead of this area (Galway)? We do not know much about Ireland and as you all know the internet can make you think you need to go EVERYWHERE.
P.S. We are flying from the U.S. to Dublin and then taking a flight about an hour and a half later to Edinburgh. Will we be going through customs both in Ireland and Scotland?

Thanks in advance!!

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