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Traveling to Ireland for 2 weeks

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So, our previous European plan (London/Paris/Italy) has been pushed out of the playing deck for now (but We'll be sure to keep your suggestions in mind for next year) and Ireland has been put in it's place due to numerous suggestions and positive feedback from forums and friends.

Not to mention flights in and out of Ireland are looking favorable in price for our July-August trip.

Departing from Chicago: July 25th
Returning: August 5th

We're looking at flying into Dublin or Shannon Airports in Ireland.

Do you have any suggestions on where a family of 5 (adults) -2 parents and 3 older teens. (20/18/16) would have fun staying in Ireland, and where to venture there?

I've heard it's a wonderful, relaxing place to be.

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