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Itinerary Help B&Bs

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My husband and I are traveling to Ireland for the first time in April. Flying into Dublin and will head to Killarney area for a few days then up to Galway for a few days. My question is whether we can wing it on the B&B reservations the first few days after we leave Dublin. We would like to just drive around exploring counties Tipperary and Cork. Is it too busy that time of year to find vacancies on the fly this way? I have a vague list of sites we would like to see, but we aren't really itinerary people. Are a detailed plan and prebooked reservations a must?

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