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Ireland in the fall - 9 days

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I'm beginning to plan a trip to Ireland for our honeymoon this fall (late October/early November). Neither of us have been there, and we're a bit overwhelmed! We fly in and out of Dublin, and our plan is to spend the first 2 nights there, drive down to Cork for 2 nights, work our way up the west coast over 4 days, and then head back to Dublin for the final night before we head home. Is this too ambitious? I don't want to spend the whole trip in the car. I'm looking for suggestions on places to stay and things that we need to see. We don't want to over-plan, but we want to make sure to hit a few essentials. We're not very fancy people. Budget hotels are perfect. We do want to spend a night in a castle and one on an island. We're also looking for ideas on more off-beat, less touristy things to do. Any suggestions or information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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