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Is 10 days for Ireland and France enough?

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we, a family of 4 are planning to visit Ireland and France in May for the first time. Al adults by the way. My daughter is in Medical School and only has 10 days available for travel. We are flying from Orlando, Florida to Dublin. Now should we buy a multi city ticket from fl to Dublin then Dublin to Paris and back to Orlando or is it less expensive to purchase a separate flight from dub to Paris? Is 5 days in Ireland and 3 days in France enough? Where to visit while in Ireland? Also can we visit Paris and nice in 3 days? Any ideas which hotel to stay in in Dublin and also while in Paris? We don't mind taking trains, but our time is limited. We were thinking about doing a tour while in Dublin to Killarney park. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.

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