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What to do in Ireland with son 18, daughter 16 and son 11 this summer!

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We are planning on staying in Ireland for 7 days. This is our first time traveling here with our kids (see ages above) and we are starting in Dublin, heading to county Mayo, down to Killarney and finally over to Wexford. We are planning on doing some falconry and salmon fishing in Mayo, some surfing/sea kayaking in Wexford. My husband and sons will be golfing at ballybunion. We want to kiss the blarney stone and perhaps some biking. We are looking forward to the newly improved roads and have ascertained that travel here is much speedier than it was 10 years ago when we were last visitors in Ireland. Would love to hear about any other suggestions!

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