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Looking or input on western and Northern Ireland itinerary

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Looking for suggestions, comments etc. about our planned western Ireland and Northern Ireland trip in mid September.
After landing at Shannon around noon we plan on driving to Ennis and tentatively spend two nights. We will explore the burren, cliffs etc. we then plan on going to Galway. We presently plan on spending two nights exploring the city. We will then drive to the Connemara area via Clifden and ending up in Westport. The following day we were planning on driving to Derry.
I am thinking that the drive from Westport to Derry may be too long. I am hoping to get input on this.

After touring Derry the next day, we were going to spend two nights along the coast and then onto Belfast.
I suppose we could cut out the second night in either Ennis or Galway and add a stop in perhaps Sligo?
Again any ideas and suggestions are appreciated.
We enjoy the night time pub scene and also scenery and stopping along the way for short hikes etc.

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