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Travel in Ireland

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We are experienced Europe travelers. We usually arrive, rent a car and go from there: EXCEPTION: When it comes to driving on the left hand side of the road.

I am moderately familiar with Ireland. My wife is not. I would like her to get a good taste of this wonderfully scenic and friendly country. Plans are for perhaps 7 days, 6 nights small escorted tour. (Starting/ending in Dublin) Unless I could rent a car/driver privately, of course. This trip would take place in either September or May. I note on the various websites that Galway is always included; never the beautiful Connemara region west of there. This would be important but not crucial. I have briefly visited the Rabbies and Exploring Ireland websites, but when it comes to factual information, you go to Fodor's. This would be part one of a two part trip. After beautiful but likely "damp" Ireland, we would be traveling on to sunny Spain. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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