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Looking for comments on Ireland itinerary

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two weeks in Ireland in September 2012, with sharing a rental cottage near the Dingle Peninsula for a week sandwiched in the middle. Arrive on a Wednesday morning to Dublin airport...thinking of spending Wednesday and Thursday in Dublin and picking up a rental car and leaving Friday morning heading to Powerscourt and Glendalough....spending Friday night near there somewhere (?). Then Saturday heading to the Rock of Cashel and on to Kinsale to settle in for Saturday and Sunday nights before driving to the cottage on Monday.

From the cottage base, hope to do the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher. Will have two nights after the cottage before flying out of Dublin airport. Considering spending two nights in Trim with Trim Castle and Bur na Boinne on the agenda.

Does this sound reasonable? We're a fairly active couple in our early 60s, with interests in history, scenery, literature and food.

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