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Advice on a Hamptons Day Trip

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I'm visiting New York in August and would like to do a day trip to the Hamptons. As the weather should be warm in the city, I thought a day out of the hustle & bustle would be a good idea!

I wondered if any one had any tips for a one day Hamptons day trip. I'm interested on ways to get there (renting a car isn't an option), and where exactly is the best place to go in the Hamptons that is accessible by coach or train.

We want to have a nice relaxing day, walk on the beach/sea, see the big houses, visit shops, cafe / restaurant and any sights / museums (not interested in wineries).

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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