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July 4th Ireland Itinerary - Please Help

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Hi, my husband and I are going to Ireland around July 4th and I was hoping for some help with a suggested Itinerary. We will have 7 nights and we will be flying into Shannon. We are thinking of seeing the Cliffs of Moher and staying in Doolin for a night, then Dingle Peninsula for a night (or two?) After that, we're up in the air as the best places to go. We've decided we don't want to go to Dublin, since we don't want to spend the whole trip driving. Other locations we've thought about are Blarney, the Ring of Kerry (will it be too crowded at this time?), Kilkenny (recommended by a friend)

Any help on where to go and the order to go in would be great! We'd like to see some locations other than extremely touristy places and we enjoy lots of outdoor activities.

Thanks again!

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