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Quick Ireland Visit

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My husband and I are travelling to Ireland for a quick trip at the end of October. We arrive at Shannon on a Thursday morning and need to be in Dublin the following Monday evening. We want to do some highlights of the country in the 5 days we have.
We were thinking day one of heading north from Shannon to tour County Clare. We land at 7 am, but probably won't get out of the airport with our car much before 9 or 10. Considering Cliffs of Moher and touring south to end up in Tralee that night. Also considering doing Aran Islands instead for that whole day. Or should we plan to push north to see Galway and then wind back down the coast? Maybe landing near Limerick for the night? Thoughts?
Friday planning to wake up and head to Dingle Penn. Hiking, biking, sightseeing suggestions welcome. Planning to spend that night in Killarney.
Saturday planning to bike Killarney National Park and Gap of Donloe.
Haven't planned Sunday or Monday. Would appreciate some suggestions. We are outdoorsy active people, but also want to visit some historical sights.
Your help is appreciated!!

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