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The UK and Ireland a nature tour

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My wife and I are planning a trip to the UK and Ireland for May or June of 2013. We are in our late 30's and very active. We enjoy seeing the great outdoors more than anything created by man although we are interested in well known historical man made sites or things. We are very agressive with travel plans meaning we can can cover a lot of territory in less time than most. Again, we are more concerned with seeing nature's beauty than anything so we are accustom to traveling a lot of miles. We are flexibile as to how much time we need for the trip. We are also flexible in budget. We are not budget strapped but we also are not intersted in traveling like the famous, We are looking for advise on what areas of the UK and Ireland we should be sure to visit based on our priortity of seeing nature's beauty. We would also like to request advise on where to stay at each location. Also, where should we rent a car and where should we travel by train?

An intial and very broad plan would be to fly into Dublin Ireland and after Ireland travel to Scotland then after Scotland travel to Wales and then to England.

We really appreciate your time and effort to give us guidance!!!

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