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G'morning J. My uncle and I are planning to visit NYC this summer and during our visit, would like to take a daytrip to Cooperstown. Would you be able to tell me what options there are for getting to/from there without having to rent a car? It doesn't look like it's going to be very easy to do.  Thank you for your help, Jeff

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You can take a bus from the port authority
bus terminal on 42nd street in NYC to
Cooperstown via Pine Hills  or Adrionack
Trailways.

You can also take a train to a Utica,
which is 40 miles away from Cooperstown:
the maple leaf from Penn Station in NYC.
But then u would need to take a taxi or
Rent a car. Also the amtrack empire service
goes to Utica.

You might do some googling and research
To double check this info as things can
Change.

Have fun!

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I travel to Manhattan frequently and can offer a unique perspective because I am a tourist.I have so much curiosity about Manhattan and that has led me to gather lots of great information about the city. I consider myself a hotel buff of sorts, and touring them and analyzing their attributes has become a hobby for me. I can give some good advice on restaurants, shopping, and in general just how to maximize those "new york moments" we all want to experience. Whether it is something as small as how to hail a cab, where to enjoy a cocktail and a romantic stroll, or how to dress so you don`t stand out as a tourist, go ahead and ask.

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