Ireland Help

Old Mar 13th, 2008, 09:44 PM
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Ireland Help

Ok..not sure if I'm doing this rt as I'm a newbee. But this is my 3rd request for advice and I have gotten no responses. We are going to Ireland only have 4nts. Can we feasibly do this. Possible Itin:
Shannon:arrive spend nt.
Killarney:Ring of Kerry. Spend nt
Cork: spend nt
Dublin: Fly home
Thanks so much
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Old Mar 13th, 2008, 11:37 PM
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Hi there, I recently asked some Ireland questions and got some great responses. (I'm going in May)Although I can't help out with your itinerary, try typing in "Dublin" "Cork" etc. You're sure to find something great!Trip Advisor has also given me a wealth of information on all of my destinations. Also, I have a guide book called Ireland 2007 by Fodors that has been very helpful to me. Happy travels!
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Old Mar 14th, 2008, 05:05 AM
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Its too much driving for 4 days in my opinion.
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Old Mar 14th, 2008, 05:42 AM
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You will get a lot of help at either irelandyes.com or irelandexpert.com
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Alikatz, do you have to fly out of Dublin? With four days that will be a real stretch if you are flying into Shannon and want to see anything. If so, I would concentrate my time between Doolin and the Dingle Peninsula. Killarney would be a stretch. Then just drive cross country to Dublin. Check out http://www.theaa.com/travelwatch/pla...jsp?database=E which will give you a good idea of drving times and distances. You will need to decide what you really want to see and go from there.
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Old Mar 14th, 2008, 06:41 AM
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Alikatz,
Sorry for not responding sooner, but I check this site regularly and have not previously seen your post.
I agree with starfish1 -- way too much driving in your itinerary. The suggestion to spend three nights in Dingle and Doolin are excellent. You will be able to see the Burren and Cliffs of Moher, along with the Dingle Peninsula. Then scoot across to the Dublin area for your final night. Unless you want to see Dublin itself, the seaside village of Malahide is charming, and convenient to the Dublin airport. If you have a choice, it would be easier to fly in an out of Shannon
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Thanks...I will check into changing my flt home. Not sure if Delta flys out of Shannon. Ali
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Yes they do, connecting through JFK
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