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Shannon --> Dublin 9 nights

My cousin and I will be landing in Shannon on Sept 12. (2 females around 30 years old) We plan on renting a car in Shannon and then dropping it off in Dublin a few days before we leave. We are leaving out of Dublin on the 21st. We have no set plans or specific things we need to see. We want to soak in the culture and enjoy our surroundings, locals, pubs, music, etc..

We plan on staying at B&B's and have read that in September we probably don't have to make reservations for each night in advance. Any insightful info on this?
Any recommendations on B&B's that people liked?

Does anyone have an itinerary that they have used for Shannon to Dublin??

Also.. regarding cell phones... I'm not the type to need my phone 24/7 on vacation but was just curious what options people have used while traveling to Ireland? A few people have told me about some apps that allow free texting to other users but it uses wifi...is something like that a possibility? Was also wondering if buying a disposable phone for the 10 days was a better option?

Thank you so much for any help!!!
Sarah

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