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Would You Trade Dingle for Cliffs of Moher?

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Well, I had our whole itinerary worked out for our October trip to Ireland and wouldn't you know it? I spoke to someone who seems convinced I should not miss a visit to the Cliffs of Moher and Galway.
We are going to (in this order) Dublin (2 days), Cahir (1 day), Blarney (1 day), Killarney (2 days), Dingle (2 days), Tralee (2 days), and back to Dublin (1 day). All hotels/castles/B&B's are booked and deposits have been made so changing things at the beginning of the trip would give a snowball effect and mean everything would have to be changed. So I was thinking maybe of giving up Dingle, moving up our stay at the Ballyseede Castle in Tralee two days and adding in two days to see the Cliffs and Galway.
Thoughts?
I would hate to think I missed seeing the cliffs if they are indeed as magical as my friend has said. Any help would be great. Thanks Fodorites!

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