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Ireland - Cork and Galway itinerary by train/bus

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We have traveled the southwest and southeast of Ireland along with Dublin by car. We would like to do a short trip in early September to visit Cork City (maybe Ballymaloe for lunch one day) and Galway. We are starting to research retirement cities. We would like to fly in and out of Shannon and take it from there...possible 3 nights Galway (bus there from Shannon), then travel to Cork and stay another 3. Ennis for night before the flight home. Any thoughts on this? Much appreciated. jcg

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