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New York City to Cooperstown via Hudson Valley

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Hello,

I will be visiting NYC for two weeks Sept 2013.
I want to rent a car and go to Cooperstown to spend one night and see the HOF in the morning.

Some places I though I might stop at on the way are...

Lynhurst, Sleepy Hollow, Stoney Point, Bear Mountain, West Point, Mohawk Mountain, Walkway over the Hudson and on to Cooperstown.

My questions are, Is this too much for one day of driving?
Should I skip any of them?
Anything I should add?
Anything to see between Pooghkepskie and Cooperstown I should add?

Here is a Google Map I created.
http://goo.gl/maps/4kghw

Also I was interested in a drive around Staten Island, Long Island and maybe out to Block Island but I will create a new thread for that.

Thanks for your help,

Chris

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