I'm planning a week-long trip to Ireland with my 82-year-old mother and 15-year-old daughter. We're planning to arrive in Dublin, spend a few days there, and then drive to Cork for a few days before flying home from Shannon. My mother has some mobility issues so we are not planning on very intensive sightseeing.
My daughter has a school break the week leading up to Easter (April 1-9), so that would be a natural time for us to go. Does anyone know if travel is more challenging during that week: lots of kids out of school; hotels, restaurants, etc. more crowded -- or anything along those lines?
Thanks for any thoughts you may have.